FLM Harvest announced a call-for-applications for Seed to Succeed.
The pro bono program will award a total of $75,000 of in-kind services to up to two nonprofit organizations committed to causes in agriculture, food and/or rural lifestyle. Qualified nonprofit organizations are encouraged to apply for the pro bono program at www.flmharvest.com/seedtosucceed by May 13, 2019. FLM Harvest will work with the selected grant recipient(s) to provide support through one or more of its integrated services, including research, marketing strategy, advertising, creative services, digital, social media and public relations.
“Our FLM Harvest team is passionate about supporting the health and vibrancy of the agriculture, food and rural lifestyle markets, so we’re incredibly happy to offer our own special form of “seed money” to support organizations in these areas,” says Laurie Fleck, president and CEO of FLM Harvest. “This effort not only will be a great benefit to the industries we work and live in every day, but also to our own team members across the country who are excited to be a part of this work.”
“Seed to Succeed was originally offered in 2009 and has supported nonprofit organizations like AgChat Foundation, Farm Journal Foundation, the Partnership for Food Safety Education and Southern Peanut Growers,” Fleck says. “The legacy of giving back to the industries that sustain us is something we are passionate about continuing and expanding.”
Organizations interested in applying for the 2019 Seed to Succeed partnership may visit www.flmharvest.com/seedtosucceed. Recipient(s) will be announced June 5, 2019.