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FFA Jacket Sponsorships Available

FFA Jacket Sponsorships Available

Minnesota FFA Foundation seeks jacket donors for sponsorship program.

The Minnesota FFA Foundation is hosting its annual FFA Jacket Program.

The sponsorship program helps provide FFA members with the opportunity to earn a jacket through an application process. Jackets will be awarded in October.

Each jacket costs $60. Sponsors who have donated in the past include individuals, FFA chapters, ag teachers, organizations, advisory councils and others.

Due date for sponsorships is September 30.

You may mail checks to the Minnesota FFA Foundation, PO Box 365, Plainview, MN, 55964. Or, you may contribute online at www.mnffafoundation.org.

Minnesota FFA Foundation seeks jacket donors for sponsorship program.

Established in 1953, the Minnesota FFA Foundation, formally the Minnesota Future Farmers of America Foundation has a rich history of providing support to agricultural education. The Foundation secures support through individuals, chapters and businesses.

It is the mission of the Minnesota FFA Foundation to provide resources that promote and enhance premier leadership, personal development and career success for Minnesota youth in Agricultural Education.

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