|Heifer International Presentations Scheduled
The Midwest Regional Director for Heifer International will be speaking in four communities around the state in March. David Boothby will be sharing stories and information about Heifer projects around the world, and about opportunities for becoming involved. Additional speakers will be local folks from each of the meeting sites who have had experience with Heifer and Carol Oliver, Missouri Representative for Heifer International.
The dates, times and locations for these events are as follows:
Heifer International is in its sixty-third year of helping people around the world move from a life of poverty to one of self-sufficiency by giving them animals that can both improve the families health and nutrition, and provide a source of income. Each family is required to “pass on the gift” by giving the first off-spring from their animal to another family.
Registration and a fee ($10) are required for the Saturday event only. Please send your contact information and fee to Isaac Johnson, Heifer International, 3009 David Drive, Columbia, MO 65202 by Monday, March 19th. For more information please contact Carol Oliver at email@example.com or Isaac Johnson at Johnson@umocm.com or at 573-474-7155.
For more than Sixty years Heifer International has strived to promote peace through working to end world hunger. Heifer provides livestock and training to families in need who, in turn, “pass on the gift” to other families in their community. A gift to Heifer truly is a gift that keeps on giving.
For more information about Heifer International and how you can get involved, contact your Missouri Heifer Representative, Audrey Phelps, at 573-474-7155 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also request information online by scrolling to the bottom of this page and filling out the information request form, or by visiting www.heifer.org.
PICTURE: Rose Onyango, an AIDS orphan in Kenya, lives with her uncle Caleb Onyango and 23 siblings. Here she stands holding a Heifer provided chicken that provides eggs for food and income.
Photo Credit: Darcy Kiefel
Copyright: Heifer International