Meet our 2022 Board of Directors-The CCFB Foundation is directed by a volunteer group of local agribusiness leaders passionate about our mission. Get to know this tremendous group of leaders – Board of Directors.
The Andersons Golf Benefit for Kids – July 18, 2022-The Andersons Golf Benefit for Kids Hosted by Lincolnshire Fields Country Club Monday, July 18, 2022 REGISTER HERE! Register online for the 2022 Andersons Golf Benefit for Kids! Proceeds benefit the CCFB Foundation and our friends at Crisis Nursery.
Join us at the 15th Annual Foundation Gala!-Join the CCFB Foundation for our 15th Annual Gala hosted by Pear Tree Estate on Thursday, June 16, 2022. The event includes dinner by LA Gourmet, Live and Silent Auctions as well as our famous dessert auction! After a long year apart, you wont want it miss this year’s event! Tickets will disappear quickly as […]
Grounded In Agriculture-A campaign to Support Ag in the Classroom We believe all students should be Grounded in Agriculture. Champaign County Agriculture in the Classroom provides educational resources to students, teachers, and classrooms that teach agriculture in a realistic and modern way. Offered to Champaign County school districts at no cost, Ag in the Classroom lessons truthfully […]
Over The Edge CU-We’re Going OVER THE EDGE ! YOU can go OVER THE EDGE and make a BIG difference in Agriculture. View Images from the 2022 Over the Edge CU event on our Social Media pages!
Join Our Team: Ag in the Classroom Intern-Ag in the Classroom Intern Champaign County Ag in the Classroom is looking for a student intern! The CCFB Foundation has an opening for the 2020 2021 school year for a part time Ag in the Classroom Intern. The successful candidate will assist with the development, coordination and implementation of all the Foundation’s educational programming. […]
Exploration Kits Expand Ag in the Classroom-The Champaign County Farm Bureau Foundation works to keep our children grounded in agriculture through the Champaign County Ag in the Classroom(AITC) program. A global pandemic didn’t s top AITC Director Sarah Kaper. In fact, it prompted a bit of innovation and helped to develop extensive new partnerships. Kaper collaborated with the Urbana Park District […]