Projects & Families

There's a Problem and I'm Going to Try to Fix It

Together, Los Perales Elementary School kindergarten teacher Terryl Miller and her class decided to use their newly acquired reading skills to raise money for Heifer International’s Read-To-Feed program. They raised $3,101, which helped them purchase on


The Most Worthwhile Project

My AP Environmental Science (APES) students at High Point Central High School conducted a fundraiser "SMASH Hunger" with the students at the school and collected $120.00 in one afternoon.


Mercer Elementary MOOOOves Mountains

Mercer MOOOOves Mountains with Heifer International! During the month of March in 2013, the students and staff at Mercer Elementary School in Shaker Heights, Ohio began a campaign to raise money and awareness for Heifer International and its mission to end world poverty and hunger. Many acts of generosity, selflessness and effort led to a very successful campaign.


Burns Park Students Read to Feed

Burns Park teachers dressed at farm animals to kick off a fundraiser for Heifer International. Students are celebrating Reading Month this March by “reading to feed” and taking pledges to help end hunger and poverty.


The WiLD Mama Bear of Virginia Tech


According to the WiLD (Women in Livestock Development) site on Heifer’s Intranet Platform, a WiLD woman is a woman who is “making a difference in their lives and the lives of the families and communities where Heifer works.”


Purdue Service Learning Class Visits Heifer Haiti


Greetings, from Purdue University! Our names are Katelyn Jackson and Josey Holscher, and we are both senior students in Animal Sciences. We have been involved with Heifer International on Purdue’s campus for close to three years and since then we have seen the importance of Heifer's goals.


Heifer U for College and University Students, Heifer Ranch

Katelyn Jackson, Brook Davisson, and Schuylar McGuffey at the Heifer U for College and University Students, 2010