Iowa | May 25, 2021

School District Gets Cut of JBS’ $3.7M Investment

Ottumwa (Iowa) Courier - OTTUMWA — JBS is donating about $3.7 million to the Ottumwa area, with a significant slice coming to the Ottumwa School District. Board members heard an update from plant officials, who outlined a $250,000 donation to the school district as part of a nationwide program by the company to give back to the communities it serves.

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Iowa | November 11, 2020

Letter: JBS, Plumrose donation will help Ottumwa

Ottumwa (Iowa) Courier - This has been a year like no other. A pandemic was not on anyone’s radar and, by all accounts, it has taken a devastating toll. During these difficult times, we’ve seen individuals and organizations step up to help communities, including Ottumwa’s own JBS and Plumrose. Through the national Hometown Strong initiative, Ottumwa will receive $3.1 million to respond to needs resulting from the coronavirus pandemic and to help fund community projects.

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Iowa | June 26, 2020

JBS To Invest $5 Million In Iowa As Part Of Hometown Strong Initiative

National Hog Farmer - Building on its ongoing sustainability and social responsibility efforts, JBS USA, an American-based food company and owner of Plumrose USA, a premium branded meat company, has announced plans to invest $5 million in Iowa to help local communities respond to coronavirus and invest in the future.

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