Building Vibrant Communities
At CHS, we are committed to being active members of our communities and helping to support the future of rural Wisconsin and agriculture. We are proud to give back to our towns with our time, talent and resources.
Here in Wisconsin, we enthusiastically participate in the annual CHS Country Operations Harvest for Hunger program, which has provided more than 7.5 million meals since 2011. We encourage you to help us in this effort by contributing cash, grain, and canned/fresh foods for the Harvest for Hunger drive. Your donations will help feed people in need right here in the communities we serve.
When you work with CHS in our region, you’re also helping one of North America’s largest agribusiness meet its broader stewardship goals. In 2013, CHS and the CHS Foundation contributed $8.8 million to communities. Visit chsfoundation.org to learn more about scholarships, ag safety, rural youth leadership and other programs. Visit the Stewardship page at chsinc.com to learn more about CHS stewardship.
Request for Donation
If you have an event or program that you are seeking support please read our Donation Policy and then if you feel your event fits well with our policy fill out the donation request form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please allow 7-10 days before you receive a response in the mail/e-mail.
Areas of Giving
- Weyauwega Area Fire District receives CHS Corporate Citizenship donation Read Full Story Here
- Center Valley Fire Department receives CHS donation Read Full Story Here
- Results from Harvest for Hunger – Coming Soon
HARVEST FOR HUNGER 2017
This year CHS Larsen Cooperative Harvest for Hunger Committee introduces the 10 days of Giving or $10 Challenge. We are asking you to either participate in the 10 Days of Giving or Donate just $10. Every dollar we raise through CHS Harvest for Hunger can purchase six pounds of food through our food banks. So just think if you donate $10 instead of eating out for lunch one day you are donating 60lbs of food to someone in need. Plus all funds and pounds of food are matched by CHS. We are able to grow our giving ability with the CHS match.
From March 6 through March 17, 2017 we will ask for certain items to be donated (see calendar below) Anyone can bring in those items on the corresponding day. Of course you are not limited to these items. Monetary donations of course are always accepted!
Employees can either donate these items themselves or reach out to community businesses, vendors, and customers asking for donations. (Get creative with ways to raise funds or food– ex: bake 10 cookies sell for $1, you make $10 individually)
The Business Donation Letter 2017 which explains the CHS Harvest for Hunger program. (If they need a receipt for tax purposes have them mark it on the donation sheet)
We will collect donations at all facility locations March 1-20. Non-perishable food items and monetary donations will be accepted. 100% of the proceeds stay local in our surrounding area food pantries. Also, CHS Country Operations matches the donations raised locally. Please help us make this year’s CHS Harvest for Hunger another successful year. Let’s fight hunger together!
Thank you to the Weyauwega Area Fire District! We truly appreciate receiving the 2015 Business of the Year Award. We are grateful for the cooperation with the Fire District and the help we provide each other. We are honored.