Craven Farmer Directs Donation to Craven County 4-H
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America’s Farmers Grow Communities, a Bayer Fund program, partners with farmers to provide grants to local nonprofits to help their communities. Farmers enroll for the chance to direct a $5,000 donation to a local eligible nonprofit organization of their choice. Since 2010, over $65 million has been donated to rural America. This year’s recipient, Adam & Miranda Matthews of Cove City, North Carolina, recently allocated $5,000 Bayer Fund America’s Farmers Grow Communities donation to Craven County 4-H.
Craven County 4-H, is administered by N.C. Cooperative Extension of Craven County. 4-H is the largest youth development organization in North Carolina. It serves to educate young people each year growing the next generation of leaders and equipping youth with the skills to succeed. 4‑H provides experiences where youth “learn by doing” giving them a voice and goals to make their lives and communities better.
Craven 4-H will use the funds to provide program supplies and equipment for our clubs and programs including, but not limited to, our poultry program, special interest clubs, sewing groups, gardening programs, livestock programs, leadership and professional development programs. Greater funding allows more youth to attend each program and keeps costs of programs to a minimum so that more youth have access to attend. Those interested in joining a local 4-H Club or serving as a volunteer should contact N.C. Cooperative Extension, Craven Center at 252-633-1477 or visit N.C. Cooperative Extension, Craven County 4-H webpage.
Farmers are leaders in their communities, which is why America’s Farmers programs rely on them to help identify the worthiest causes. Dedicated to making a difference in rural farming communities, the Grow Communities program asks farmers across the country to participate by nominating nonprofit organizations with resources to strengthen their local communities. Since 2010, the America’s Farmers programs have awarded nearly $65 million to nonprofits, aspiring ag students, and public schools across rural America.
“Bayer Fund is proud to work side-by-side with farmers to identify local eligible nonprofit organizations that are able to provide their residents with solutions that leave a lasting impact,” said Al Mitchell, Bayer Fund president. To learn more about how America’s Farmers are making an impact, visit www.AmericasFarmers.com.
Bayer Fund is a nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening the communities where Bayer customers and employees live and work by providing funding for food and nutrition, education and community development projects. As part of this program. Farmers have directed donations to food banks, emergency response organizations, schools, youth agriculture programs and many others that reflect the spirit and support the vibrancy of rural America.