Hutchinson County Farm Bureau Feeding Texas Program Announced

The Hutchinson County Farm Bureau (HCFB) is joining the Texas Farm Bureau (TFB) to assist those who are in need of food, as well as those who provide that food, in an effort to keep their businesses alive in these unprecedented times.

Hutchinson CFB President David Harbour said the Farm Bureau Feeding Texas Co-op Contribution Program, established by TFB, aims to pair food banks and other food-relief entities with local restaurants and caterers.

County Farm Bureaus across the state are working with restaurants, catering businesses or similar entities to help provide meals to those in need. These meals or food items are being delivered to those in need by working through a local food bank or other food-relief entity. TFB is matching a county Farm Bureau donation of up to $1,000 for this or any food-related project.

Hutchinson CFB is working with Stinnett Cares, Fritch Meals on Wheels and Borger Meals on Wheels, David said.

“The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has created real food hardships for many in our community,” said David. “We’re proud to be a part of the Farm Bureau Feeding Texas program and doing what we can to help those in our community.”

For more information on the Farm Bureau Feeding Texas program, contact the Hutchinson CFB at 806.878.3040.
  Summer Moreno, Farm Bureau Agent, and Bertha Walker for Borger Meals on Wheels

Summer Moreno, Farm Bureau Agent, and Paula Garton for Fritch Meals on Wheels

Summer Moreno, Farm Bureau Agent, and Pastor James Stephens for Stinnett Cares



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