Johnson Feed, Inc., a Canton, SD-based trucking and service operation and current corporate sponsor of The Lost & Found Association, has committed to match the first $5,000 in donations made to Lost & Found during the month of May and June. Lost & Found will notify current donors of the match and apply the remaining funds to new donors through the end of June.
“We are thankful to the Johnson family for their continued partnership in our effort to build resilient communities and people,” said Lost & Found Board President Erik Muckey. “This gift will transform Lost & Found’s resilience programs for the upcoming 2017-2018 academic year, allowing us to reach new students at South Dakota State University and the University of South Dakota.”
The matching gift comes ahead of Lost & Found’s participation in the annual Kicks for a Cause event on June 2, 2018. Johnson Feed will be recognized by Lost & Found as a sponsor for the tournament, a 16-team kickball event held to raise awareness and funds for Sioux Falls area nonprofit organizations. For more information about Kicks for a Cause, please go to lafprevention.org/?event=kicks-for-a-cause-2018.
To donate to Lost & Found and secure your match today, go to lafprevention.org/donate.
ABOUT JOHNSON FEED
Johnson Feed Inc. provides refrigerated and van service to truckload customers out of the Sioux Falls, SD and Sioux City, IA areas, in addition to operating full service shops and wash facilities in Sioux Falls, Canton, and North Sioux City, SD, as well as Waterloo, IA. Johnson Feed also has a sales department that encompasses a wide range of products, including wholesale salt, twine, and pet products. Johnson Feed is a family-owned operation based in Canton, SD. For more information, go to http://www.johnsonfeedinc.com/.
The Lost & Found Association is a Sioux Falls, SD-based 501c3 organization that builds resilient communities and people with compassion, understanding, and inclusion. Through student-led resiliency programs, campus counseling research support, and capacity building efforts, Lost & Found strives to end suicide for young adults in the United States.
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