Farm Credit Donates Filing Cabinets to Community Organizations

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After converting their documents to electronically stored files, Farm Credit Mid-America donated storage to deserving organizations in need of assistance.

After completing the process of converting all documents to electronically stored files, Farm Credit, an agricultural lending cooperative, wanted to find a good use for the filing cabinets that the documents left behind.

As many Farm Credit employees are involved in the community efforts, deserving organizations in need of storage were quickly identified. Human Services, Inc., Flat Rock YMCA Camp and Shelby Community Health Center are all among the organizations that received filing cabinets from Farm Credit.

“This donation is a tremendous blessing to our patients at the Shelby Community Health Center,” said Alecia Gross, Executive Director for Shelby County Health Center. “With our continued growth, we were simply running out of room for all of our medical charts. These filing cabinets will allow us to meet the needs of those we serve without tapping into our budget. Every penny we can save on administration costs helps us provide quality medical care for the uninsured of Shelby County.”

“This donation means so much to our organization,” said Melinda Williamson, Director of Administrative Services for the Flat Rock YMCA Camp. “We needed the ability to organize our camp records for several years – currently everything sits in boxes. When companies like Farm Credit Mid-America partner with non-profit organizations such as the YMCA it makes a substantial difference.”

“Farm Credit recognizes the importance of non-profit organizations in our communities,” said Lori Tennell, associate vice president, Farm Credit. “The sense of community that these organizations offer is invaluable – this donation is one small way we can offer support. Farm Credit is more than happy to play a part in supporting the communities where we live and work.”

About Farm Credit Mid-America

Farm Credit Services of Mid-America is an $19 billion financial services cooperative serving more than 92,500 farmers, agribusinesses and rural residents in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. The association provides loans for all farm and rural living purposes including real estate, operating loans, equipment loans, and housing loans. FCS also provides an array of financial services, including crop insurance and leases. For more information about Farm Credit, call 1-800-444-FARM or visit them on the web at

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