Our Corporate Partners Help Millions of People around the World
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Green Mountain Coffee’s long-term support has facilitated expansion of project work in Guatemala and Mexico, with a focus on addressing the challenges of los meses flacos or, “the thin months", when income from the coffee harvest is depleted. Families that were once completely dependent on coffee for income are finding new ways to feed themselves and improve their quality of life.
Organic Valley was instrumental in supporting the creation of the National More Organic for Everyone (MORE) project in the US. This project seeks to improve access to high-quality organic food by underserved communities and strengthen linkages between organic producers and communities in food desert areas.
Elanco and Heifer believe healthy people and animals promote a healthy, hopeful future. Thanks to the generous support of Elanco and its employees, 2,100 families in Lampung, Indonesia have been provided with the support to permanently lift themselves out of hunger and poverty. Currently Elanco is bringing the same support to over 7,200 families in the Copperbelt region of Zambia and Heibei Province in China.
Through the inspiration of CEO Howard Schultz, Starbucks and their employees rallied together to provide heifers for a new project in coffee-growing communities of Rwanda.
With a strong commitment to social advocacy, Garnet Hill asked its customers in 2009 what charitable initiative they’d choose to support. The resounding plea to help end world hunger led the clothing and home decor company to become a strong supporter of Heifer’s domestic and international efforts.
Media Networks, Inc., the multimedia targeted marketing division of Time, Inc., provides remarkable exposure to Heifer by sharing Heifer’s message in their prestigious national news magazines. Through MNI’s support, Heifer’s story is reaching significant audiences of Time, Newsweek and Sports Illustrated, nationwide.
Dr. Hauschka Skin Care shares Heifer International’s commitment to improving the health and welfare of people and the earth. Dr.Hauschka embraces a holistic approach to improving livelihoods through their support of sustainable agriculture and self-empowerment in Heifer projects in Brazil.
Danone Group and Heifer International have partnered to unite communities and support dairy cooperatives in Ukraine – seeking to increase income and improve quality of life for rural farm families in this struggling region.
Savannah Bee Company has sourced honey from Heifer-supported community beekeeping projects in Honduras. Consumer support of the “Peace Honey” line has directly benefited families in these honeyproducing communities.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, established and incorporated by African American college women, has selected Heifer International as one of its charities of choice during the term of International President, Carolyn House Stewart. Supporting the platform of "Global Leadership Through Timeless Service" Stewart will rally AKA's 260,000 members in the effort to raise awareness of and funds for the work of Heifer International in Kenya and Ecuador.
The Farm Journal Agricultural Foundation’s “Farmers Feeding the World” campaign aims to use the generosity, willpower and expertise of American agriculture to address world hunger. The Foundation, formed by Farm Journal Media, will bring together agriculture and consumers. Funds raised will be donated to organizations working toward solutions.
Novus International is supporting Heifer’s work through an innovative five year project to improve the livelihoods of rural, smallholder farmer households in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam. Heifer International’s strength in community-level development, complemented by Novus’s commitment to sustainably improve the health and nutrition of local households, offers farmers practical training towards improving animal health, maximizing productivity and strengthening local feed resources.
Terracycle creates eco-friendly products from a wide range of non-recyclable waste materials, finding unique uses for materials often deemed garbage. Heifer will be a recipient of Terracycle’s national collection program in schools across the nation.
The General Federation of Women's Clubs is dedicated to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service and has selected Heifer International as a partner in the area of international outreach. The goal of this program area is to affect change for our global friends in communities around the world through advocacy, education and action. Reflecting the motto "Unity in Diversity", GFWC's members in thousands of communities across the United States and around the world are encouraged and resourced to raise awareness and funds in their local communities to support Heifer's work.