Berne, Ind. – First Bank of Berne donated $1,000 to Growing Hope Globally. Pictured are Tim Tobias, Agribusiness Banker/Crop Insurance
Services; Matt Voshell, Agribusiness Banker; Jeff Lehman, Partner at Lehman Feed Mill and Co-Chairman of the Adams County GHG Growing Project; and
Nathan Liechty, Agribusiness Banker and Co-Chairman of the Adams County GHG Growing Project. Not pictured but also Co-Chairmen of the Adams County
GHG Growing project is Rich Rhodes and Phil Eicher.
Locally, The Growing Hope Globally Project builds community through fundraising activities, inviting people to help the hungry help themselves, and
raising awareness about the challenges facing the world’s hungry. Our community is able to help by donating profits from crops raised as well
as various other activities and donations.
Globally, Growing Hope Globally helps hungry people living in the poorest regions of the world grow their own food and earn an income. This enables
them to not only have enough to eat year-round, but also to better provide for their families. GHG’s Mission is, “As a Christian
response to hunger, we link the grassroots energy and commitment of rural communities in the U.S. with the capability and desire of smallholder
farmers in developing countries to grow lasting solutions to hunger.”
To find out more about Growing Hope Globally, or to make a donation to the local growing project visit growinghopeglobally.org; contact Jeff Lehman,
260-589-2451, email email@example.com; or call Nathan Liechty, 260-589-2151.