Culver’s Raises Over $100,000 for Local Ag Education

first_img Culver’s Raises Over $100,000 for Local Ag Education SHARE By Hoosier Ag Today – May 28, 2018 SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Culver’s Raises Over $100,000 for Local Ag Education A $1 scoop of frozen custard at Culver’s recently went a long way in supporting local agricultural education at various Culver’s restaurants. Culver’s recent “Scoops of Thanks Day” at 650 restaurants around the country involved customers making a $1 donation for a single scoop of frozen custard. The project raised more than $111,000 dollars for local ag education during the one-day event on May 3rd. The fundraiser is a part of the Culver’s “Thank You Farmers” project, which got started in 2013. Up to the May 3rd event, Culver’s had raised more than $1.7 million dollars over that time to support the National FFA Organization, local FFA chapters, as well as various agricultural organizations.A Culver’s press release says, “These young agricultural leaders are our future, and we are so thankful that our guests understand how important it is to support them and their education. A $1 donation may seem small, but when all that generosity adds up, we are able to make a positive difference for so many people across the country.” Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter Previous articleIndiana NRCS Accepting Applications for Easement ProgramsNext articleGrassley-Conaway Subsidy Feud Escalates Hoosier Ag Todaylast_img read more