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Support Heifer's long-term mission to end hunger and poverty.

Heifer Foundation's endowment is built through charitable gifts, such as gifts of cash, property and stock, as well as funds from bequests, trusts and annuities. These gifts are invested, and the investment earnings provide annual support for Heifer for many years into the future. By investing the charitable gift prudently, the initial donation has a greater impact over a longer period of time.

Each year, a portion of the endowment is made available to Heifer International for use in its mission to end hunger and poverty. This sustainable cycle of support provides lasting resources for Heifer's sustainable solution to hunger and poverty. 

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How to Donate

You can make a gift to Heifer Foundation's endowment online or by mailing a check to:

Heifer Foundation
PO Box 727
Little Rock, AR 72203

Be sure to include your name and address, so we can send you a thank you note and receipt for your donation.

Named Memorial Endowment

For a gift of $100,000 or more, an endowment named in honor or memory of your loved one will be established with Heifer Foundation. Many families, businesses and institutions have chosen to establish named endowments to honor traditions, mark achievements, or show appreciation for friends, relatives, colleagues or community leaders. A memorial endowment fund is a wonderful way to create an ongoing legacy, and is a continuing reminder of the values of the people it honors. 

Apply to Create a Named or Memorial Endowment

Gifts for Immediate Use

If you would like your gift to be used immediately in the field, we suggest you give directly to Heifer International at


Heifer Foundation and its employees are not engaged in rendering legal or tax advice. The content provided is for general information purposes only. Advice and assistance on specific cases should be obtained from attorneys or other professional counsel. Be aware of tax revisions. Because individual state laws govern charitable gifts, wills and trusts, the advice of an attorney should be sought when considering any of these gifts.