FAMILY FARM AND HOME HOSTS FIRST STATEWIDE IN-STORE 4-H FUNDRAISER



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From Vantage, Fall 2015

From Aug. 29 through Sept. 7, 2015, Family Farm and Home raised over $6,000 for Michigan 4-H by hosting a statewide in-store fundraiser to support 4-H programs in local communities.

From Aug. 29 through Sept. 7, 2015, Family Farm and Home raised over $6,000 for Michigan 4-H by hosting a statewide in-store fundraiser to support 4-H programs in local communities.

Family Farm and Home partnered with Michigan 4-H and the Michigan 4-H Foundation to host a statewide in-store fundraiser to benefit 4-H programming in each of the communities where Family Farm and Home stores are located.

“We appreciate Family Farm and Home’s support of 4-H programs and look forward to continuing to partner on this effort,” said Julie Chapin, state 4-H leader and director of Michigan State University Extension children and youth programs.

From Aug. 29 through Sept. 7, the 32 Family Farm and Home stores in Michigan collectively raised over $6,000 for Michigan 4-H. During this period, Family Farm and Home cashiers asked customers to donate $1 to Michigan 4-H. In return, customers received a coupon and information about 4-H. The funds raised will support 4-H youth development activities in the county where each store resides.

“Our 4-H donation campaign is a great opportunity for both Family Farm and Home and the communities we do business in to support our local 4-H programs,” said Tim Fansler, Family Farm and Home co-president and chief merchandising officer. “We’re proud to be able to give back to an organization that fosters learning and growth in our community’s youth, and we appreciate our relationship with the Michigan 4-H.”