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Gertie Butler

Gertie Butler was a dear friend and a passionate advocate for Heifer and its model and mission. Her love and dedication to Heifer Foundation was displayed annually at the Trustee Dinner she hosted for more than a decade.  Read More...

Richard Colburn Butler, Sr.

Mr. Butler was a member of the Heifer Foundation Board of Trustees. A memorial was established in 1999 with the charitable remainder of gift annuities from Richard C. Butler, Sr. of Little Rock.  Read More...

Cleta Mae Butterbaugh

Cleta Mae Stoneburner was born in Warsaw, Indiana on January 22, 1907. Her family moved to the shores of Big Chapman lake when she was about four years old. There was no heat on the bedrooms, so she and her sibblings slept with wool nightcaps. Cleta Mae attended a...  Read More...

Robert J. Butz

A memorial endowment to honor the way Robert lived was set up at Heifer Foundation with gifts from family and friends.  Read More...

Grace Caliebe

Grace's generous bequest to Heifer Foundation will ensure that her passion for helping, healing, and educating others will continue through the work of Heifer International for generations to come.  Read More...

Delna A. Campbell

A memorial was established with Heifer International Foundation from the bequest of Delna Campbell. Every year, income from the Delna A. Campbell Memorial Endowment will be used by Heifer Project International to help families produce food and income for themselves.  Read More...

Gertrude Campe

Ms. Campe was a very generous supporter of Heifer International during her lifetime, and the bequest she gave as part of her estate planning has been placed in the Gertrude Campe Memorial Endowment at Heifer Foundation.  Read More...

Robert and Sarah Carnahan

Today, years after the Carnahans' passing, they are still embracing strangers in need across the globe, spreading their love and hope in Rwanda and Uganda. Every year, the endowment generates enough income to potentially lift as many as 25 families out of hunger and poverty. That's what we call...  Read More...

Jeannette Cartzendafner

Jeanette was a 1943 graduate of Liberty High School. She was formerly employed as a telephone operator in Union Bridge, Maryland and later with JC Penny Co., Westminster for more than 40 years. After retirement she volunteered at the New Windsor Service Center and Heifer Project.  Read More...

Julie Caster

It is in this spirit of thanksgiving and gratitude to God that the Julie Caster Memorial Fund has been established with Heifer Foundation to support its ongoing work in Burkina Faso.  Read More...