Farm Credit donates to CES breakfast program

Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is contributing $100,000 to school meal programs across Canada as part of FCC Drive Away Hunger.

         For a third year in a row, FCC is supporting meal programs offered at 100 schools across Canada. Recipient schools were selected based on need by local FCC offices.

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         This year, the FCC office in Carlyle gave $1,000 to (Carlyle Elementary School) to support its food program.

         “No child should ever have to go to school on an empty stomach,” said FCC president and CEO Michael Hoffort. “That’s why we are joining our industry partners and taking the fight against hunger to the schools, as well as collecting food and cash donations for Canada’s food banks.”

         FCC Drive Away Hunger is a unique food drive that involves driving a tractor and trailer through communities to collect food and cash donations for food banks across the country. Since 2004, the program has provided more than 50 million meals.

         To learn more about FCC Drive Away Hunger, visit www.fccdriveawayhunger.ca.

About Farm Credit Canada

         FCC is Canada’s leading agriculture lender, with a healthy loan portfolio of more than $36 billion. Our employees are dedicated to the future of Canadian agriculture and its role in feeding an ever-growing world. We provide flexible, competitively priced financing, management software, information and knowledge specifically designed for the agriculture and agri-food industry. As a self-sustaining Crown corporation, our profits are reinvested back into the agriculture and food industry we serve and the communities where our customers and employees live and work while providing an appropriate return to our shareholder. Visit fcc.ca or follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and on Twitter @FCCagriculture.

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