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Q4 2022 Working Here Fund Grants Awarded


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Judith Nygren Corporate Communications & Public Relations Specialist
Phone: 402-348-3346


Frontier Farm Credit awarded $51,900 in Working Here Fund grants in the fourth quarter of 2022. The 11 non-profit organizations listed below received grants to support agriculture and rural communities with projects that address one of the following areas: agricultural education; young, beginning and small producers; hunger and nutrition; or rural disaster assistance and essential services.

Working Here Fund grants of up to $2,000 are awarded each quarter to qualifying non-profits in 41 counties in eastern Kansas. Additional grants of up to $10,000 are available in the second and fourth quarters of each year.

Frontier Farm Credit is accepting grant applications for the first quarter of 2023 through March 31. To learn about the requirements and apply online, visit the Working Here Fund Grants page.


Working Here Fund Grants Awarded up to $10,000

Franklin County 4-H Council (Frontier Extension District)
Camp Livestock

Future Farmers of America State Associations & Local Chapter
High Tunnel Construction Project

Marshall County Agency on Aging
Meals on Wheels Vehicle

Marshall County Fair Association
Build New Pens in Addition

North Baptist Church
The Light House - Pomona Food Pantry

Pottawatomie County 4-H Foundation
Pottawatomie County Fair Building Project

USD 390
Hamilton Ag Club Greenhouse

Working Here Fund Grants Awarded up to $2,000

Attica High School
Community and School Gardens

Douglas County 4-H Foundation
Day on the Farm

Marmaton Valley High
Eggs for Education

USD 498 Valley Heights
Table Share and SNACKS to GO!