Community Involvement

As a mission-driven financial cooperative, we believe in serving and enriching the rural communities where we live and work.

Helping Those Impacted by Hunger

Jul 14, 2020, 13:22 PM by Frontier Farm Credit Reports
Labette County Emergency Assistance Center plans to purchase a portable partition with grant funding from Frontier Farm Credit.

The Labette County Emergency Assistance Center (LCEAC) provides county residents impacted by hunger and financial crisis with food, rent and utility assistance.

To provide additional privacy to emergency assistance recipients, LCEAC plans to purchase a portable partition with grant funding from Frontier Farm Credit. The partitioned service area will allow onsite space for education and outreach programs to address food insecurity and financial strain and promote long-term wellbeing and stability. what does food insecurity look like in Kansas what does food insecurity look like in Kansas 2nd part

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Our Commitment

2022 Frontier Farm Credit community involvement map 

Each dot on this map represents a project, program or organization supported by our 2022 community involvement program.

Serving rural America means more than financing those who farm and ranch.

Our community involvement program focuses on ag education, young and beginning producers, hunger and nutrition, rural disaster relief and essential services. We support these initiatives through employee volunteering, financial contributions and grants.

Download the latest report:

Working Here Fund Grants

We provide grants for projects and organizations that make an impact in eastern Kansas.

Focus Areas

Plant in Book

Ag Education

Dinner plate

Hunger and Nutrition

Plant in palm of hand.

Young and Beginning Producers

Medical Tent

Rural Disaster Relief and Essential Services

Funding Options


grants awarded quarterly


grants awarded semiannually

In Our Communities

Employees participate in our community involvement program through hands-on volunteer efforts. Annually, each employee is allocated eight hours of paid time to volunteer for an organization they choose to support. We also match employees’ donations to nonprofit organizations up to $300 per employee each year.

In 2022, employees volunteered nearly 800 hours in their local communities through virtual and socially distanced efforts.


We offer annual scholarships to qualified students studying agriculture at land grant universities and community colleges in Kansas.

Land Grant University Scholarships

Scholarship Amount


Scholarships Awarded

8 per university

Qualifying Universities

  • Kansas State University

Community College Scholarships

Scholarship Amount


Scholarships Awarded

2 per college

Participating Colleges

  • Highland Community College
  • Allen County Community College

Community Involvement Contacts

For more information about our community involvement program, contact your local Frontier Farm Credit office or email