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Farm Credit donates $15k to charities at Christmas

STAUNTON, VA - Farm Credit of the Virginias (FCV), a lending cooperative that provides financing to farmers, agribusinesses and rural home-owners in Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland, has pledged a Christmas donation of $15,000 which was divided amongst 25 charities local to their tri-state territory. The annual donation was made on behalf of Farm Credit of the Virginias' customer-owners and business affiliates.

The following charitable organizations will receive a Christmas donation from the cooperative:

  • Renewing Homes of Greater Augusta – Staunton, VA

  • Valley Open Doors Homeless Shelter – Harrisonburg, VA

  • Boys and Girls Club of Harrisonburg & Rockingham County – Harrisonburg, VA

  • Hoofbeats Therapeutic Riding Center, Inc. – Lexington, VA

  • Grace A LOT Ministries – Chatham, VA

  • Jane Jones Food Pantry – South Boston, VA

  • Society of St. Andrews – Big Island, VA

  • Bedford Farmer’s Market – Bedford, VA

  • We Care of Franklin County – Rocky Mount, VA

  • Minority Veterans and Farmers of the Piedmont – Brandy Station, VA

  • Virginia Tech Chapter of Cultivating Change Foundation - Blacksburg, VA

  • Mineral County Family Resource Network Toys for Joy – Keyser, WV

  • Savannah’s Closet – Ravenswood, WV

  • Preston County Workshop – Reedsville, WV

  • Harrison County Livestock Association – Lost Creek, WV

  • Toys for Happiness – Moorefield, WV

  • Wythe County Social Services – Wytheville, VA

  • The Barns at Blue Mountain – Abingdon, VA

  • Bonsack Baptist Church – Roanoke, VA

  • Toys for Tots – Rainelle, WV

  • Boulder Crest Foundation – Bluemont, VA

  • Fauquier Education Farm – Warrenton, VA

  • Albemarle County 4-H – Charlottesville, VA

  • Orange County Animal Shelter – Orange, VA

  • Culpeper Toy Chest – Culpeper, VA

Brad Cornelius, Chief Executive Officer of Farm Credit of the Virginias, said, “Our association is proud to support these organizations and their meaningful contributions to the communities we serve. Each of the organizations that were selected bring together good people to strengthen our rural communities and achieve a greater common good. Most importantly, we cherish the opportunity to support these organizations on behalf of our customer-owners, without whom our contributions would not be possible."

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