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Bellefontaine, Ohio, May 10, 2019 — Ag Resource Management teams up with United Way and Second Harvest Food Bank in Ohio community.


The United Way of Logan County observed May 10th as its Community Care Day, through which over 300 volunteers representing 41 workplaces came together to work on 37 service projects in their local communities. Some of ARM’s own jumped in to lend a helping hand through United Way at Second Harvest Food Bank, whose program assists individuals over 60 years of age who meet certain income guidelines by providing them an assortment of grocery items. The packages include canned meat, vegetables, fruit, fruit juices, potatoes, hot and cold cereals, and more. Elizabeth Long and Susan Downing packed over 80 boxes and delivered them to four different communities around Logan County.


Pictured: ARM’s Susan Downing (Customer Experience Specialist) and Elizabeth Long (Market Leader).

The United Way of Logan County is a volunteer driven organization that exists to support the social service and welfare needs of its community.  Their responsibilities encompass several critical areas: raising revenue for allocation to non-profit agencies, oversight of spending, monitoring how the funded services impact the community, information services, volunteer development and community building. To learn more about how you can get involved, visit or call 937-592-2886.

ARM’s Elizabeth Long (Market Leader) and Susan Downing (Customer Experience Specialist) pack boxes of food at Second Harvest Food Bank.