For our project participants, it is a joyful experience to pass on the gift of livestock and training. Stories about Heifers POGs, like those below, can be found on our website. What amazes me most is that many project participants dont stop after passing on gifts just once.
They do this by continuing to pass on the gifts of livestock, opening their farms to be training facilities, sharing the training they receive with everyone they meet, and more. They take to heart what it truly means to Pass on the Gift. They are so thankful and proud that they cant help but tell others.
It is humbling to see project participants pass on part of their livelihood to their neighbors in need, creating a web of support and a world of good. We will end hunger together.
Transforming Recipients into Donors
The goats Manamaya received from Heifer raised her family income and allowed her husband to stay home to work, expanding their goat farm. She passed on two goat kids to women in her community to help them create a better life for their families. Read more.
Cambodia Celebrates Passing on the Gift®
In March, the Disability Development Services Program Organization in Cambodia hosted their Passing on the Gift ceremony where children performed traditional dances and recited poems about the hope they have for a better future. Read more.
Passing on the Gift® Has Ripple Effect
Several 4-H Club coordinators in the Philippines learned about Heifers 12 Cornerstones for Just and Sustainable Development and realized that their work is part of Passing on the Gift®. They help move the youth in their communities to get involved in productive agricultural and economic activities. Read more.