Riding for Dreams and Sargent County 4-H Recipients of Grain for Goodness
Apr 04, 2022
Choosing to support our local communities has lots of benefits – many of which you see and experience firsthand. For Full Circle Ag, it’s not just about making a donation. It’s about making a difference.
When it comes to these two programs, making a difference is exactly what they stand for.
Riding for Dreams is a nonprofit organization that offers equine assisted activities for physical, mental, and occupational therapy. When students go to Riding for Dreams, they get the full experience of working with a horse. Not everyone goes for the same reason and because of that, they work with the students’ abilities and let the horses do the rest.
Sargent County 4-H provides hands-on, real-life experiences through activities, projects, and events to our youth in Sargent County. It teaches young people how to contribute to their communities. They are committed to educating our youth through agriculture and natural resources, as well as family and community wellness.
David and Julie Hassebroek are the patrons that applied for the Grain for Goodness donations, and we couldn’t be more appreciative of the support they have for their communities.
If you are interested in participating in our Grain for Goodness program and would like to show your support for your local community, click here today!
How it works
Any grower that donates up to $250 worth of grain bushels will have their donation matched by Full Circle Ag. In turn, we apply for matching funds through the Land O’Lakes Member Co-Op Match Program where they match dollar for dollar the cash donations of member cooperatives. In order to receive matching funds, the organization must be a government organization, school, emergency service, or a 501(c)(3).
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