As a cooperative, Frontier Farm Credit invests in our customer’s financial success. This includes sponsoring the registration fee for customers to attend approved educational programs or events that address problem solving, record keeping, decision-making and/or business planning. Programs that assist customers with business continuity, such as succession, family transition, retirement and estate planning, also may qualify for sponsorship.
Customers who meet eligibility requirements may qualify for up to $1,000 to cover all or part of a program’s registration fee. Travel, lodging and other expenses are not eligible for reimbursement and are the responsibility of participants.
Sponsorships are awarded following Frontier Farm Credit's review of eligibility. Participants will be contacted by Frontier Farm Credit within two business days of submitting their request for sponsorship.
Approved participants must provide an itemized receipt verifying payment to an approved program and feedback about the educational content. Customers can apply for sponsorship before or after an event, but reimbursement of approved registration fees is post-event.
Contact Learn@fcsamerica.com for more information.
- Association customers residing within the Associations’ chartered territories (Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, Wyoming, and eastern Kansas),
- Who is at least nineteen (19) years of age, and
- Who loans, leases or other accounts with the Associations are in good standing (not in default for any reason).
Events that already receive financial support from the Associations to make them more affordable and/or widely available are excluded. This includes Annie’s Project.
Each such customer may receive only one (1) sponsorship per calendar year. All requests must be approved in advance of attendance at an educational event. The Associations reserve the right to reject any request for any reason.
No employees, officers, and directors of Farm Credit Services of America, Frontier Farm Credit or their subsidiaries, affiliated companies, representatives, or members their such persons’ direct family or household are eligible. “Direct related or direct family” means a person related to the employee, officer or directors as a parent, child, sibling, stepparent, stepchild, step-sibling, half-sibling, uncle or aunt, niece or nephew, grandparent, grandchild, or spouse. “Member of household” shall mean any persons residing in the same home as such employees, officers, or representatives.
Review all terms and conditions prior to completing the following form and submitting your request for sponsorship.