Benefits Kane County Farm Bureau
The good folks at the Kane County Farm Bureau in Illinois are back again with another great raffle! Proceeds from the raffle go to Agricultural Scholarships and “Ag-in-the-Classroom” Programs. The Kane County Farm Bureau Foundation was established in 1986 by the Kane County Farm Bureau to carry out charitable work in the advancement of agricultural literacy and preparing students and leaders for careers in the agriculture industry. Over $20,000 in Scholarships and Internships were awarded for in 2009.
As a not-for-profit entity, the Kane County Farm Bureau Foundation solicits and distributes private funding for agriculturally related education and leadership training, Ag-in-the-Classroom programs, Ag Literacy Library development, charitable activities and research. In recent years the Foundation has redoubled its efforts to support agricultural education at every grade level, including teaching teachers. The goal of this early and repeated exposure to farm and food topics is a greater consumer understanding of the food chain and ultimately more qualified high school graduates pursuing agricultural careers.
Get your chance to win one of three great prizes:
Grand prize: John Deere Gator TS 4×2 or $5,000
Second prize: $100/week in groceries for a year
Third prize: $50/month in fuel for a year!
Raffle Tickets and Contact Information
Tickets for the Kane County raffle are just $15 each, two for $25 or five for $50! To lean more about this organization and to buy raffle tickets please visit their website over at KaneCFB.org. Thanks!