Giving Guide: Heifer International


Heifer’s mission is to end hunger and poverty while caring for the Earth. For 75 years, Heifer International has provided livestock and training in sustainable agriculture to improve the lives of those who struggle daily for reliable sources of food and income. Heifer is currently working in 21 countries, including the U.S., to help families and communities become more self-reliant.

In Arkansas, Heifer USA works with small-scale farmers to help them transform rural communities and revive local economies. With hands-on learning and access to livestock and horticulture experts, Heifer teaches farmers how to grow their sustainable farm enterprises while protecting the environment.


Support local farmers in Arkansas at one of Heifer’s summer events in June 2020. The flagship event, Feast in the Field on June 5, 2020, is a sophisticated evening featuring local food and community spirit. All events will be held on the grounds of Heifer’s global headquarters, adjacent to the Clinton Presidential Center. For more details on this and other events, visit


• Give a life-changing gift to a family in need through the Heifer catalog. Visit to learn more.

• While Heifer helps farmers worldwide, you can directly support farmers here in Arkansas through Heifer USA. Visit

• Inspire your community to end hunger and poverty by fundraising for Heifer. Visit

• Host your next meeting or event at the Heifer International Campus. Visit

Approximately 260 U.S. and 750 international employees
Service Area:
Africa, Asia and Americas

Pierre Ferrari


George Petty, Heifer International Foundation Chair
Susan Grant, Chair
Pete Kappelman, Vice Chair
Ertharin Cousin, Ambassador
Francine Anthony Jerry Jones
Esther Cohen Thomas Kemper
Doug Galen Josephine Oguta
Tom Hadfield Eduardo Stein
Randi Hedin Ashley Stone
Nikolaus Hutter Arlene Withers
Jay A. Wittmeyer

1 World Ave.
Little Rock, AR 72202

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