Heifer In The News

International pride: New Kemper Art Gallery display chronicles work of Heifer International

K-State Today

LaDuke's documentation resulted in 22 individual paintings titled "Dreaming Cows." The series of paintings is now on display in the William T. Kemper Art Gallery and will run through Aug. 30.

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Lessons learned in Honduras

Wellesley's April vacation is a past memory as kids and families alike prepare for summer vacations and get excited for school to come to an end. College students are coming home after many months of grueling assignments mixed with social events, both preparing them for the "real world" with the hopes of a bright and profitable future.

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Heifer expands mission by staying close to home

Arkansas Online

Heifer International, the Little Rock-based company known for its programs to help countries around the world, is starting a new program aimed at ending hunger and poverty here at home in 14 counties in Arkansas. The five-year

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Mt.Province town self help group receives pass-on gifts

Philippine Information Agency

The Heifer International – Philippines in partnership with the Jaime V. Ongpin Foundation, Inc. (JVOFI), conducted last Monday the original placement ceremony to another partner families in this municipality.

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Father's Day gift ideas that give back

USA Today Kindness

He's there for you no matter what, and now with Father's Day around the corner, it's your opportunity to thank him back. Stumped on what to give that special dad in your life this Father's Day? Have no fear.

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Heifer International on display in Judy Moody and the NOT Bummer Summer

Judy Moody website

When her best laid plans for a summer full of fun go comically awry, an imaginative young girl creates her own vacation adventure.  Based on the beloved bestselling book series by Megan McDonald, Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer

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Feeding 9 Billion People by 2050 Requires Unprecedented Collaboration Now, Says DuPont Advisory Committee

The Business Journal

The Business JournalThe challenge of feeding a growing population of 9 billion by 2050 requires collaboration across all stakeholders on a scale never seen before and it has to start now, according to the DuPont Advisory Committee on Agriculture Innovation and Productivity for the 21st Century.

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Students praised for doing right

Herald-Tribune

Students give thousands to help those in need. Using his allowance money, first-grader Kai Sutter bought a ticket for a $10,000 jackpot prize drawing at an event and told his mother that if he won, he would donate half of the money to benefit people in need.

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US foreign aid efforts get a corporate boost

MSNBC.com

When IBM executive Chandu Visweswariah went to Rio de Janeiro as part of a volunteer team to help city officials plan to host the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Summer Olympics, he found himself immersed in a mash-up of a corporate Peace Corps and "The Apprentice."

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Elanco to spend $2M to bolster hunger relief

Indystar.com

Lilly's animal health division plans to spend $2 million over the next two years for hunger relief efforts in Third World countries and to expand food "backsack" programs for needy children in Indianapolis.

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