Farm Credit Canada contributed $3,000 to three projects in the Parkland region. All projects will benefit agriculture and rural communities.  

Each project received $1,000:

  • Goose Lake High School in Roblin (reconciliation park project);
  • Grandview Drop-In Centre (walking path including trees and shrubs, benches, lighting, garbage cans/ dog bag stations, flowerpots, gravel and eventually pavement);
  • Roblin Playground Revitalization Board (playground revitalization project).

FCC supports projects that benefit rural Canadian communities where its customers and employees live and work, and they're proud to be a part of these local community efforts.

The country’s largest agriculture lender’s donations are focused on hunger, rural safety, education about agriculture, volunteerism and community enhancement projects.

Goose Lake High School ~ FCC gave $1,000 to Goose Lake High School for its reconciliation park project. On the photo, Bradyn Yarema (relationship manager at FCC), Teresa Fawns (relationship manager associate at FCC) presenting a cheque to Brenda Neuhofe (retired teacher) from the school.

Grandview Drop-In Centre ~ FCC gave $1,000 to the Grandview Drop-In Centre for the walkway project. On the photo, Teresa Fawns (relationship manager associate at FCC) and Nicole McDonald (relationship manager at FCC), presenting a cheque to Sue Stirling (volunteer president of the Grandview Drop-In Centre).

Roblin Playground Revitalization Board ~ FCC gave $1,000 to Roblin Playground Revitalization Board for the playground revitalization project. On the photo, Kathy Zachedniak (chair at Roblin Playground Revitalization Board) receiving a cheque from Nicole McDonald (relationship manager at FCC). 

About Farm Credit Canada 

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