Join Us at Heifer Tales!

Posted by Heifer Sacramento On Sunday, January 08, 2017 0 comments
Set your calendars for Heifer Sacramento's Fundraiser - Heifer Tales! 

Sunday, January 29, 2017 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Westminster Presbyterian Church (1300 N St. Sacramento)
Tickets through Eventbright
Recommended donations: adult $10; child $5; family $20

All proceeds and donations will be dedicated to Heifer Projects in Guatemala. A match gift to Heifer International will double every dollar raised from this event!

Learn more about Heifer's work in Guatemala.

"This storytelling event goes much further than other types of fundraising events: walkathon, marathon, golf tournament, or crab feed. It includes children in the spirit of fun. It's truly a family event.

Storytelling brings adults and children together and share an experience in imagination. It puts a focus on shared values, explores ideals of behavior, and a way to share cultures in the drama of a story."     --- Mary McGrath

We look forward to seeing you there on Jan. 29th!!!!



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