Ag Partners Donates To Area Organizations

Sep 17, 2021

Ag Partners Donates to Area Organizations
This month, Ag Partners donated to four area organizations currently raising funds for local projects. Half of the total donated funds came from the Land O'Lakes Foundation's Member Co-op Match Program, which matches dollar-for-dollar the cash donation of a member cooperative towards hometown projects. The recipients were as follows:

The Brown County Sheriff's Office, currently raising funds to purchase a drone for law enforcement use. The fundraiser started after a search-and-rescue situation this summer involving two boys lost in a cornfield. More information on the event and fundraiser can be found here.

The Marysville FFA Alumni, raising funds for their new greenhouse adjacent to the newly constructed Ag Education Building at Marysville High School. Updates on Marysville FFA can be found here.

The Greater Sabetha Community Foundation, gathering funds for their annual Give to Grow Challenge Week from November 26 to November 30, 2021. Ag Partners is a sponsor for the event this year, donating towards the event's match pool. Information on the Give to Grow Challenge Week can be found here.

The Northeast Kansas Area Agency on Aging (NEKAAA), currently raising funds after a preliminary grant from the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT). Projects include a community center and congregate meal site, as well as the multi-functional facility focused on public transportation. NEKAAA delivers services across Atchison, Brown, Doniphan, Jackson, Marshall, Nemaha and Washington Counties. More information on the NEKAAA can be found here

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