Pilgrim’s Announces Recipients of Hometown Strong Funding in Graves County
Pilgrim’s is providing an update on how its Hometown Strong funds are being invested in Graves County, Ky., to support the community’s future and help respond to needs resulting from the coronavirus pandemic. In October 2020, Pilgrim’s announced a $740,000 investment in the community. The company has worked closely with local leaders to identify where the funds can best help meet immediate and longer-term community needs in three key areas: food insecurity, community infrastructure and well-being, and COVID-19 emergency response and relief efforts.
Louisville Free Public Library announces plans for new Children’s Bookmobile
LOUISVILLE – Mayor Greg Fischer today joined members of the Louisville Free Public Library, The Library Foundation, and JBS Louisville to announce that Louisville is getting a new Children’s Bookmobile, thanks to some generous donors. “We are proud to partner with others in our community to make this meaningful contribution for children in Louisville,” said Pete Charboneau, general manager, JBS Louisville. “Investing in future generations is something we believe in, and we look forward to seeing the positive impacts the bookmobile will have. Through our Hometown Strong initiative, we are contributing $1.2 million in the Louisville area.”
Pilgrim’s To Invest $740,000 In Graves County To Support Local Community As Part Of Hometown Strong Initiative
Building on its ongoing sustainability and social responsibility efforts, Pilgrim’s today announced plans to invest $740,000 in Graves County, Ky., to support the community’s future and help respond to needs resulting from the coronavirus pandemic. “We take great pride in partnering with our local community to make a difference,” said Kent Massey, Pilgrim’s Mayfield Complex Manager. “During a challenging year, the Pilgrim’s Hometown Strong initiative is allowing us to make a significant investment in this area, which we hope will have a lasting impact.”
JBS USA To Invest $1.2 Million In Louisville To Support Local Community As Part Of Hometown Strong Initiative
Through its Hometown Strong initiative, JBS USA today announced plans to donate $1.2 million to help Louisville, Ky., respond to needs resulting from the coronavirus pandemic and invest in the community’s future. “We are proud members of the Louisville community, and we want to step up and invest in projects that will have a lasting impact for our hometown during a challenging time,” said Pete Charboneau, JBS Louisville General Manager.