We at Heifer International are happy to work with members of the media who want to know more about how we're fulfilling our mission to end hunger and poverty. If you would like to write a story about our work, set up an interview or visit one of our program locations in the U.S. or abroad, contact:
Headquartered in Little Rock, Ark., Heifer International's main building use 52 percent less energy than a conventional office building of similar size and use, and is a platinum LEED-certified facility. The campus includes a learning center (Heifer Village), shop, cafe, garden and small animal barn.
We are committed to running an efficient, high-performance organization. We believe investments are necessary for meaningful long-term growth. Our financial statements and annual reports are available online for your reference.
Heifer International’s Board of Directors has announced the election of Ambassador Ertharin Cousin to its membership. With more than 30 years of national and international nonprofit, government and corporate leadership experience, Cousin is globally renowned for her humanitarian work.
Rural, small-scale farmers in four states in Southern Mexico will soon gain market access to a large-scale consumer base in a new groundbreaking project. This initiative will provide economic stability to communities in need, while meeting growing market demand for high-quality, sustainably sourced food.