Let them come, biologist Allan Savory says of the herd animals long blamed for destroying natural grasslands. With proper management, he says, those animals can be the land’s salvation. He offers proof at Zimbabwe’s Dimbangombe Ranch, where both flora and fauna thrive.
If life were a sport, we’d all want Suzanne Awalt on our team. In her life and extensive roles supporting Heifer International, she’s passionate, disciplined, considerate, inquisitive, structured, positive and committed. Awalt is a longtime Heifer volunteer, donor and former board member.
Elanco celebrated World Hunger Day on May 28 by announcing a $500,000 commitment to Heifer International’s East Africa Dairy Development Project (EADD), continuing the company’s long-term partnership aimed at breaking the cycle of hunger for those most in need.
When hundreds of students, teachers, school board and community members pour into a school gym to celebrate a joint victory, you know it’s for something big.
Elyse Gordon won the Pass on the Gift in Peru sweepstakes, sponsored by Heifer International and Garnet Hill, for a weeklong trip for two to the ancient Incan Empire capital of Cuzco, Peru.
Heifer International is partnering with U.S. farmers like Ann Rose, a former nurse who swapped her hospital job for a different calling. Now she grows healthy food and teaches others how to farm sustainably.
Rural families torn apart by Nepal's Civil War find emotional and economic support as part of an innovative partnership of the International Committee of the Red Cross and Heifer International.
Kathy Moore was a teenager when she herded 20 cows onto a ship bound for Japan in 1958. Now she usually sticks closer to home, but her dedication to Heifer International is decades strong.
As a volunteer and donor with 10 years of service to Heifer International, Ashley Stone is a vocal proponent of the organization’s work to end hunger and poverty. Stone’s deep experiences with Heifer fire her conviction to support the mission and pass on the gift.