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Today, FCS Financial announced it is donating $12,500 to the five food banks in the associations’ service area. The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri, Harvesters Community Food Network, Ozarks Food Harvest, Second Harvest Community Food Bank and St. Louis Area Foodbank will each receive $2,500. This will provide 125,000 meals to families in need in Missouri.

The coronavirus has impacted Missouri communities in a variety of ways. Food insecurity is one of the effects, and according to Feeding Missouri, the state’s food banks are experiencing a surge in demand as more people seek assistance during the COVID-19 outbreak.

“It is reasonable to expect an increase in food insecurity for a period of time,” says David Janish, FCS Financial CEO. “As we face this health emergency, FCS Financial is committed to helping our communities.”

FCS Financial is also calling on their employees to lend a helping hand. Through a matching donation program, FCS Financial employees can contribute to local food banks and the association will match their contribution up to $100 per employee through April 30.

“We believe it is important for everyone to pull together and ensure those in need have resources available especially when it comes to food,” says Janish. “Food is at the heart of the industry we serve. As a cooperative we provide financial services for more than 14,000 farmers and ranchers in Missouri. Our employees deliver the resources needed for them to operate their farms. Now our staff has the opportunity to support local food banks who rely on the goods our customers produce.”

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