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Food banks and pantries across the country are seeing a surge of demand as measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus continue to cripple the economy and cause more stressed families and children to rely on food bank assistance.
To help combat the crisis, Farm Credit Mid-America, an agricultural lender serving farmers and rural residents across Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee, donated $100,000 to help meet the additional community needs and bridge the gap for more than 25 food bank distribution centers throughout its four-state territory.
For the last five years, Farm Credit Mid-America has provided more than $500,000 to Farms to Food Banks, a program that brings farm-fresh produce into communities in need. Financial contributions, coupled with the volunteer efforts of more than 1,500 team members and customers, have supplemented more than two million meals since the partnership began. Today’s additional funds will help the agencies distribute even more food to people in their communities during this crisis.
“Food banks are a lifeline to so many in our communities, and it’s essential that we support their efforts, particularly now,” says Bill Johnson, president and CEO. “This is a time for us to pull together, and to do what we can to help.”
Food banks have not only responded to increase in the numbers of clients served, but have also changed distribution methods, and found that fewer volunteers are available and more packaging supplies are needed. Some have sent mobile food pantries into neighborhoods to make food more accessible. Others are creating drive-through sites and grab-and-go pre-packaged meals for students. In some states, the National Guard has pitched in to safely package and distribute food.
“These are not ordinary times and food banks aren’t facing ordinary struggles,” says Johnson. “We want to ensure that these vital organizations have the resources they need to put food on people’s tables.”
For students across the nation, FFA isn’t just an extra-curricular activity. It’s the foundation of a future in agriculture.
Many of our 1,100 employees cite FFA as a formative life experience and have stayed involved with the organization. Here are a few of their stories.
Producer and former FFA member Kenton Abrams shares his experience as a young farmer and his passion for agriculture.
Several organizations across Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee work to get fresh fruit, vegetables and animal protein onto the plates of those in need.
For students across the nation, FFA isn’t just an extra-curricular activity. It’s the foundation of a future in agriculture. Read story
Many of our 1,100 employees cite FFA as a formative life experience and have stayed involved with the organization. Here are a few of their stories. Read story
Producer and former FFA member Kenton Abrams shares his experience as a young farmer and his passion for agriculture. Read story
Several organizations across Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee work to get fresh fruit, vegetables and animal protein onto the plates of those in need. Read story
Ag teacher, 4-H leader and first generation rancher Josey Miller shares her experience in Part I of our 'Before the Farm' series. Read story
More than 6 million young people have benefitted from the 4-H experience, thanks in large part to volunteer advisors and trained 4-H educators who encourage them to discover their passion while developing lifelong skills like teamwork and leadership. Read story
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Get an insider's look behind the scenes at a county fair 4-H show. Read story
Real-world thinking coupled with real-world experience is crucial to agriculture education today. Read story
Family Scholar House helps parents forge paths to self-sufficiency for themselves and their children. Read story
The Homegrown by Heroes label helps veterans and active-duty service members set their farm products apart. Read story
At ag-focused Global Impact STEM Academy, students learn through hands-on projects
Seneca FFA in Louisville is urban, diverse and setting youth up for success Read story
Grain bin rescue tubes help rural fire departments keep communities safe
Virtual pork tours invite grade schoolers to explore the reality of modern farming
Farmers and food banks bring fresh food to local communities.. Read story
Beginning farmers are seeking educational opportunities to help their operations succeed Read story
One 4-H camp in Ohio needed funding to "Raise the Roof". Read story
Last fall, Purdue broke ground on two buildings that make up the new Purdue Animal Sciences complex. Read story
Last fall, Farm Credit staff volunteers planted vegetables in Unicoi High School's greenhouse. The crops will stock the school cafeteria. Read story
Meet two of tomorrow’s ag leaders, from two very different backgrounds. Read story