ProValue Joins Ag Partners In Hospital Donation

Aug 25, 2022

ProValue Joins Ag Partners In Hospital Donation
Seneca, Kansas — Courtney Schmelzle, Director of the Nemaha Valley Health Care Foundation announced today that Ag Partners Cooperative has made a $45,000 commitment to the NVHCF Investing in our Families and Future Capital Campaign with a match of $10,000 from ProValue Insurance, LLC. This $55,000 gift will recognize Ag Partners Cooperative as the sponsor of the new Stress Test Suite.
“As a locally owned cooperative, we understand the importance of supporting the rural communities we serve. We are proud to be part of this crucially important initiative to support the Nemaha Valley Hospital construction project as it will ensure that area residents have access to their health care needs for the long-term future. Our cooperative has several key relationships as part of the cooperative system that support our business and we want to thank ProValue Insurance, LLC for supporting and partnering with us to make this donation,” said Wes Spohr, Ag Partners President & CEO.
“We are very grateful to Ag Partners Cooperative for their generous commitment to our Capital Campaign and their continued support of the entire NVCH community,” said Nemaha Valley Hospital CEO, Kiley Floyd. “The expansion and remodel project will strengthen our capabilities and provide the infrastructure necessary to continue the level of service and quality of care vital for our rural hospital.”
About Ag Partners Cooperative
Ag Partners Cooperative, Inc. is a full-service, patron-owned cooperative, serving more than 20 communities in northeast Kansas, southeast Nebraska, and northwest Missouri. Ag Partners has grown and adapted during the 144+ years of service of its combined legacy cooperatives to remain not only a reliable partner to patrons but also a leader in local ag research and technology. Their employees have worked, lived and volunteered alongside generations of patrons in the communities they serve. Looking ahead at the ever-changing world and ag industry, they look forward to working and growing together to help feed the world.
For information concerning the NVCH hospital expansion or the Capital Campaign please contact Kiley Floyd at 785-336-6181 or Courtney Schmelzle at 785-336-0426.

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