Clarendon County Farm Bureau and local Farm Bureau Insurance agents are bringing a little more joy to this holiday season by helping those in the community facing financial or medical hardships.
The local office donated a total of $1,000 to Turbeville Children’s Home and Clarendon Hall Meri Fund.
“We hope our donations make Christmas brighter for those in our community,” Wayne McKenzie, Farm Bureau Insurance agency manager, said.
The Turbeville Children’s Home donation will help provide gifts, clothing and other necessities to the home’s residents. While the Clarendon Hall Meri Fund is a local school program designed to help families in need.
The donation is part of a company-sponsored holiday community outreach program called Farm Bureau Cares. Through Farm Bureau Cares, county Farm Bureau offices across South Carolina provide a monetary donation during December to help a family or charity of their choice. Each local donation made by the County Farm Bureau and local agents is matched by Farm Bureau Insurance.
This holiday season Farm Bureau Cares donated more than $46,000 statewide to assist charities and countless individuals.
Turbeville Children’s Home
Rev. Tim Moore, Jackson Feagin, Shannon McKnight, Pam Moore and Roger McKnight with Turbeville Children’s Home accept a $500 Farm Bureau Cares donation from Farm Bureau Insurance Agency Manager Wayne McKenzie, Farm Bureau Insurance Agent Peyton McKenzie and Clarendon County Farm Bureau Board President Russ Harrelson.
Clarendon County Farm Bureau Board President Russ Harrelson and Farm Bureau Insurance Agent JP Rowland present a $500 Farm Bureau Cares donation to Sonya Seitz and Russ Jordan with the Clarendon Hall School for the Meri Fund.
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