ADM Donates $1,650 to Low Income Ministry of Dodge County
“ADM strives to make a positive difference in the communities where we live and work,” said Sam Buntin, manager of ADM’s soybean processing facility in Fremont, Neb. “We are proud to present this donation to Low Income Ministry of Dodge County and look forward to helping meet the needs of Dodge County’s less fortunate.”
The check was presented to Marcie Divis-Michaud, director of Low Income Ministry, by Buntin and Rosemary Martin, ADM representative, during a check presentation ceremony held July 14 at the Low Income Ministry office in Fremont.
The donation was given through ADM Cares. ADM Cares is a social investment program that directs funds to initiatives and organizations that drive meaningful social, economic and environmental progress worldwide. The program comprises three distinct focus areas: supporting the responsible development of agriculture, improving the quality of life in ADM communities and fostering employee giving and volunteer activities.
About ADM in Fremont, Neb.,
ADM operates a soybean processing facility in Fremont, employing 30 people. The oilseeds processing facility connects the harvest to the home by transforming soybeans into soybean oil, meal and other products for food and animal feed products that are used every day by people around the world. ADM also operates a grain elevator in Fremont.
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