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Everyone has a story to tell. Take a look at what volunteers, experts, project participants, and supporters are saying about Heifer's mission to end hunger and poverty.
Cody Hopkins, a founder of the Grass Roots Farmers’ Cooperative, and his family are part of a new generation of farmers who focus on providing healthy food in ways that are also healthy for the land.
Geoff Oliver Bugbee has covered Heifer International projects around the globe. He shares with us some of his most rewarding experiences and advice for photographers who would follow in his footsteps.
In the northernmost permanent settlement in the world sits the Global Seed Vault. Some call it the Doomsday Vault. But to Cary Fowler, it is a symbol of hope and ingenuity in the face of a serious problem.
Actress Mindy Cohn is a passionate advocate for the work of Heifer International, going so far as to compete on Worst Cooks in America to raise money to support Heifer’s mission.
Author Frances Moore Lappé burst onto the scene 45 years ago with the debut of her now-classic book, Diet for a Small Planet. As a prolific author and thought leader, Lappé champions the argument that hunger is caused not by lack of food, but by the inability of poor people to access it.
As vice chair of the Clinton Foundation, Chelsea Clinton has helped advance opportunities for women and girls, looked at ways to curb childhood obesity and raised awareness of the effects of climate change. Now she’s written her own book, which takes wide-reaching global issues like the environment, women’s rights...
While it can be hard enough for people to cope with death from the heat, melted roads, crippling drought, restricted water usage and other issues, what about our food systems? How can farmers adapt to this harsh new reality?
As president of ONE, Michael Elliott leads a chorus of six million voices united to help end extreme poverty, hunger and preventable disease, particularly in Africa. ONE does not ask for donations—they ask for your voice in speaking up for people who often go unheard.