Program Partners with MT Farmers to Award Donations to Nonprofits

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (NMB) – This year the America’s Farmers Grow Communities program will once again partner with Montana farmers to find and fund local nonprofits that make a positive impact in their rural communities. A press release says Grow Communities invites farmers to enroll in the program for a chance to direct a $2,500 donation to a local eligible nonprofit organization of their choice.

The donations will provide support to a variety of rural nonprofit organizations that have made a positive impact on the health and vibrancy of their local communities, such as food banks, emergency response organizations, community enrichment and youth agriculture programs, among others. In Montana alone, more than $57,500 in monetary donations have been made to local nonprofits that positively impact communal wellbeing in farming communities.

Montana farmers who are at least 21 years or older and are actively engaged in farming at least 250 acres of any crop can easily enroll in the Grow Communities program through November 1st. More information can be found at

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