Agriland gives to community
Wendy Alexander/The Madera Tribune Carlos Mendez, farm manager at Agriland Farming Company, left; Jeff Dailey, vice principal of Alpha Elementary School; and Carlin Taylor of Alpha Elementary School deliver food for 20 families during a meal distribution at the school. Agriland supplied meals for 230 families throughout the district.
During the holiday season it is important for us to give back to our community and we cannot think of a better way than giving a helping hand to those in need.
Monday night Agriland Farming Company employees and their families helped pack 230 meals for families from eleven different schools in Madera County.
Employees also delivered these meals to schools on Tuesday. Every employee that participated in this project believes that these programs help improve the community.
Agriland likes to focus on how best it can help serve the community. They believe that if they focus on children, they can make the biggest impact.
Agriland employees have been busy rebuilding play structures at the community park, donating time and resources to add a friendship bench and new water fountain and sprucing up the campus grounds at a Washington Elementary. It is in Agriland’s DNA to give back to the community that has done so much for their employees and their families.