SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — South Dakota Corn has donated $100,000 to Feeding South Dakota.
“Through our continuing partnership with Feeding South Dakota, our farmers are making a commitment to provide hundreds of thousands of nourishing meals each year to men, women and children throughout the entire state,” South Dakota Corn Utilization Council President Robert Walsh of Elk Point said. “The fight against hunger has never been more important than during these troubling times.”
South Dakota Corn adopted the state’s largest hunger-relief organization as a philanthropic partner eight years ago and donates annually.
— South Dakota Corn
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