Food Bank for the Heartland has received a $10,000 grant to support their mobile pantry program in rural communities.
The DuPont Pioneer Grant makes contributions to community-based organizations based on consideration of the DuPont business and employees that are in the particular area.
“Every day at DuPont Pioneer we are working hard to develop seed technologies that will provide food for a safer and healthier world. We are proud to support local organizations who are addressing food accessibility issues with our neighbors across Nebraska. When it comes to meeting the food, fuel and fiber demands of the 150,000 people joining us on the planet each day, we are truly all in this together,” said Steve Reno, Pioneer Western business unit director.
“We are grateful for the generous support of DuPont Pioneer, said Food Bank President and CEO Susan Ogborn. “This grant will help us enhance our Mobile Pantry program and feed more individuals and families in need in our rural communities.”