ProAg Cares supports the charities we love! Jordan Denning volunteered for Reelin’ for Research. This charity holds a fishing tournament in Morehead City, North Carolina every year to support research for Pediatric Cancer at UNC Children’s Hospital.
This charity is near and dear to his heart since his daughter was diagnosed with cancer when she was ten years old. He reports, “UNC did a great job treating her and we are all too happy to give back!” Pictured are Jordan’s daughter and her oncologist with their catch!
Stephanie Gossard has a son with Fragile X syndrome and has taught Sunday school since she was 15. She volunteers for ABLE Ministry UPCI, training church leaders and Sunday school teachers on how to support individuals and families affected by disabilities. She recently held a breakout session at a national ministers’ conference in Orlando, Florida and at a Sunday School teacher’s seminar.
During the ProAg Marketing Summit, a number of employees from HR, Sales and Marketing spent time packing meals for undernourished children around the world at Feed My Starving Children in Anoka, Minnesota.
During the session they worked, 10,368 meals were packed. Pictured left to right: Tyler Feterl, Joel Block, Tim Rich, Scott Schaefers, Hannah Sackett, Stephanie Gossard, Richard Stinson, Melissa Carlson and Aaron Janes.
Mitchell Brewer participated in the Nicholas Cisewski Memorial Golf Tournament in Ramsey, Minnesota, dedicated to raising money for childhood cancer research. The organization has raised over $125,000 in nine years.
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