CHS invests in programs that strengthen hometown communities and develop future generations of ag leaders through CHS community giving and the CHS Foundation. These initiatives support CHS sustainability efforts and long-term focus on people and rural communities.
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CHS community giving
Giving back to communities
CHS community giving is dedicated to strengthening hometown communities through support of cooperative matching grants, ag safety projects, volunteerism and industry sponsorships. CHS community giving will invest $5.3 million by the end of 2023 to uplift hometown communities.Learn how we can partner to impact your community.
Developing future leaders
The CHS Foundation is dedicated to developing the next generation of ag leaders through cooperative education, university partnerships and ag leadership programs. The CHS Foundation will invest $11.5 million by the end of 2023 to ignite innovation in agricultural education.Learn how we can partner to support ag leaders.
FFA is developing ag advocates
FFA is a signature partner in the CHS Foundation’s efforts to develop ag leaders for life. Read more
CHS supports grain bin safety
The CHS Seeds for Stewardship program has provided more than $202,000 in grants and matches for grain bin safety equipment and training. Read more
Learn more about initiatives we support and how to apply for fundingCheck out our program guidelines
Rural health and well-being resources
The health and well-being of farmers, ranchers and their families is an important part of our focus on community well-being. We’ve developed an online resource tool to help link farmers and others in the cooperative system with national and state health and well-being resources.Check out the list of resources