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Community can donate to help farmers hurt by hurricane

Lexington, SC - In the wake of Hurricane Florence, South Carolina farm families and rural communities face estimated damages of $1.228 billion. In response to this tragedy and the tremendous needs of our farmers and rural communities, South Carolina Farm Bureau has established the “SCFB Agricultural Aid Foundation.” Contributions to this fund will be used to help farm families impacted by the flood.

“Farmers in South Carolina are no strangers to hurricanes, flooding and natural disasters, especially after what we’ve experienced in the last few years,” said SCFB President Harry Ott. “They are the backbone of this state and this fund allows us to show them our support in their time of need.”

Donations to the fund should be made to the SCFB Agricultural Aid Foundation which is a 501(C)3 charitable non-profit foundation established by South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation. All contributions to this fund are tax deductible.

Please make checks payable to:

SCFB Agricultural Aid Foundation

PO Box 754

Columbia, SC 29202

Attn: Ron Quesinberry

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