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Tractor Supply launches 3rd annual Grants for Growing campaign in February

Tractor Supply will host a 10-day in-store fundraising period Feb. 16–25.

Tractor Supply Company will soon launch its third annual Grants for Growing campaign—a competitive grant program designed to support local FFA chapters who want to make a difference in their communities through sustainable agriculture-focused projects.

To support the program, Tractor Supply will host a 10-day in-store fundraising period Feb. 16–25, which will give customers the opportunity to donate at checkout. All in-store donations will remain within the state they are donated.

To qualify for a grant, FFA advisors must visit http://www.FFA.org/grantsforgrowing and submit an application by Feb. 14, 2018. The submission process requires entrants to provide a detailed proposal, including how they will start, maintain or expand on a project that will benefit their communities.

Grants, which are awarded to chapters in the spring, have a minimum value of $500 and a maximum value of $5,000.

Since 2016, Grants for Growing has raised more than $1.4 million for the National FFA Organization, including a record setting $731,000 in 2017. In total, the initiative has funded 692 grants supporting projects involving 69,134 students. 

“FFA is well known for its civic-centered initiatives, and Grants for Growing is Tractor Supply’s way of supporting the students who are striving to make their communities better, more sustainable places,” said Jessica Holmes, marketing manager at Tractor Supply Company. “Whether it’s a project focused around greenhouse development, public landscaping or livestock, by applying for a grant FFA advisors help increase their students’ ability to make long-term community impacts.” 

For more details about the program, visit https://www.FFA.org/grantsforgrowing.

Source: Tractor Supply Company

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