STORIES TAGGED: RABBITS
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Submitted by Rocco | California
Cindy Wakeland, Director of Religious Education with the Unitarian Universalist Church of Urbana Champaign in Illinois, recently notified Heifer International of an incredible day camp they hosted. Click the title of this story to read more!
The students at Clementine Montessori School in Philadelphia, PA have been learning about the work of Heifer International all year. We've read books about worms and chickens, about Beatrice's goat, about good gardens and cows. We tasted honey when we studied how bees help people, drank goat's milk and ate goat cheese, cleaned alpaca fleece and learned big words, like "sustainability" and "faith." Click the title of this story to read more...
Valentina, a kindergarten student in North Carolina, shared, "I like helping people." Thank you, Valentina, for helping Heifer help people!
During the months of February and March the Sunday School classrooms at Sunnyside Baptist Church in Wichita, KS devoted a special offering to Heifer International. Debbie Haynes, Sunday School Superintendent, shared, "We take a Sunday school offering in each class every Sunday. Those funds are to help offset the cost of our Sunday school supplies." While they continued to take their regular Sunday school offering during this time, they wanted to take some time to bless others, "to help in some way to meet their needs." Debbie decorated a bulletin board with pictures from the Heifer International website and added the cost of each gift (similar to the flyer featured). Each class set a fundraising goal that they considered to be a challenge, but found that those goals were easy to surpass! To the 60 Sunday school students, Heifer International would like to thank you for the generous gift! Your $786.27 gift will do more than just help a community, it will be passed on for generations to come!
In June of 2014, Heifer International received the featured letters from a classroom of second graders in California. Along with these letters was a very generous donation towards a Flock of Hope, raised at their school's annual Spring Fling. Their letters read...
"Heifer gifts mean hope for life. The trees and rabbits reflect the gifts we sent and represent life." - Amelie L., age 8
Reese believes that a world without hunger is filled with happy rabbits!
Cole is hoping the rabbits and chicks that were donated in his name find a safe and happy home, preferably in Haiti. We thank you for the support you and your family have given Heifer International, Cole!
This year my co-workers and I decided to donate to Heifer International instead of buying each other gifts. We each put in $25.00. One of our flooring vendors heard what we were doing and told us he would match anything up to $1000.00. Wow! I got to works and copied a cute photo (with the goat) and made up a flyer and slapped it up on the refrigerator in the employee break room. We raised $370.00! Without even really trying!! When our vendor came in, he wrote a check for $630, bring us to $1000!! We were overwhelmed! It was so exciting! We bought 7 goats, 2 sets of rabbits and 2 sets of ducks. All of us feel really good knowing that these animals will make a difference in the lives of the families who receive them. Thank you for your good work and for making it so easy to help.
Ella was a lover of goats, passionate about protecting the environment and committed to the work of Heifer International. Click the title of this story to read more...
Twenty-seven students at St. John Catholic School in Kansas City participated in Heifer International's Read to Feed program. Together they read nearly 450 books this summer, and by collecting sponsors for the books read, they raised $2,090 for Heifer International! The students generously decided to donate one heifer, three schools of fish, one water buffalo, two llamas, two sheep, one goat, tree seedlings, three rabbits, two beehives, two flocks of chicks, one flock of ducks and one flock of geese! Congratulations and thank you to the students of St. John Catholic School!
Can you think of a more appropriate day to kick off the Heifer Project than Mother’s Day? Heifer is all about mothers, mothers and their babies. Heifer mothers come in all sorts of shapes and sizes from tiny, little fish to….well, big mothers with udders like me. Have you ever seen a finer specimen?
My daughter and friends worked together on making an decorating greeting cards for Easter/Passover/Spring.
For our stewardship project this year, we saved our change and gave it to the Heifer Project. The Heifer Project helps needy people around the world by giving them animals.
Picture seven tall kitchen waste baskets full of used, empty bottles and cans. It looks like a pile of junk! That is, unless your name is Shea Berry. With many of the bottles and cans carrying coding for refundable recycling, Shea recognized their true value.
Kids from twelve families kicked-off the summer asking friends, neighbors and relatives to sponsor them for the books they would read this summer. After 60 days, the kids read over 500 books and raised $2732 for Heifer International.
With the money I was granted by Heifer, I bought four she-rabbits and one male rabbit. I also bought feed for them.