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GFWC Central Florida Woman's Club

FFWC President's Project (2008-2010)

 
HEIFER INTERNATIONAL ...
"Sharing Hope for a Better Tomorrow"
 

Gift Ark:

Changing the World Two By Two

 

The Heifer Gift Ark offers hope worldwide to families who are poor and hungry. You'll help families start on a journey to fulfill a seemingly impossible dream - to secure food and a source of dependable income.

 

Each family who receives livestock will pass on one or more of the animal's offspring to other families who are in need in their community. Every gift will multiply for years to come.

 

Imagine how your gift could change the world. Two cows bring milk and income to a Russian village. Two sheep help families in Arizona produce wool. Two camels help families in Tanzania earn income by transporting agricultural and industrial materials. Two oxen pull plows and carts in Uganda. Two water buffalo help Cambodian families increase rice production through animal draft power. And that's just the first five sets of animals ... your ark provides 15 pairs of animals to change lives.

What a wonderful way to bring HOPE to the world!

Cost per ARK:  $5,000

 
FFWC President, 2008-2010
Linda Dennis's Project:
 
Sharing Hope for a Better Tomorrow

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BELIEVE ...  ACHIEVE ...  THE BEST IS YET TO BE!
 
 
With the challenge of strengthening the UNITY
and widening the DIVERSITY
in the General Federation (GFWC),
the theme for the administration will be:
 
GFWC ...  Empowering Women ...  One by One
 
 
GFWC website:  www.GFWC.org
 
 
 
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