AGP recently presented the JMHS Foundation with a $10,000 check for their COVID-19 Response Fund to help with Johnson Memorial Health Services’(JMHS) COVID-19 relief efforts. AGP made generous donations to 10 local communities in which the company operates soybean processing/refining facilities.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted families and communities across America this year, and we want to support and encourage the many different volunteer organizations who are responding to local needs and providing relief in the communities in which we operate,” said AGP Chief Executive Officer Keith Spackler. “AGP’s contributions to these community-based organizations will support their important efforts.”
In total, AGP donated $100,000 toward organizations like the United Way, Red Cross, food pantries, medical facilities, and local chamber programs. The JMHS Foundation was extremely pleased to be among the charities receiving these generous donations. The COVID-19 Response Fund was started in May to help support the most critical needs of JMHS.
“As a not for profit, JMHS relies on philanthropic support especially during unprecedented times like these,” said Stacey Lee, JMHS CEO. “Donations provide needed resources to help us quickly and strategically respond to our community’s evolving healthcare needs.”
Gifts to the JMHS Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund help provide equipment, supplies, and other lifesaving resources to support JMHS patients, tenants, residents, and staff. To date, the COVID-19 Response Fund has raised just over $20,000. For more information, visit https://jmhsmn.org/covid-19-donations/ or contact Kristyn Wicht, Marketing and Development Manager at 320-769-4323 x2111.
Pictured: Marc McCormick (AGP), Ken Club (JMHS Foundation), Jon Wager (AGP), Renae Durfee, FNP; Kelly Wente, Infection Preventionist; Tami Saue, Housekeeping (JMHS)