Past events - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Past events

2022


On April 26, Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance hosted its fourth annual Clays for a Cause fundraising event, bringing in more than $240,000 in charitable donations to help fight hunger and food insecurity in Kentucky through the Kentucky Hunger Initiative. In just four years, this event has already raised more than $1 million in charitable donations. The sold-out sporting clays event, held at Jefferson Gun Club in Brooks, Ky., was attended by more than 300 participants and supported by 35 sponsoring companies.
 

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2021


On April 20, 2021, Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance hosted its third annual Clays for a Cause event, bringing in more than $220,000 to fight hunger and food insecurity in Kentucky. The event, which took place at Jefferson Gun Club in Brooks, Ky., was attended by nearly 300 participants and supported by 31 sponsoring companies. This year, all proceeds were again designated to support local hunger relief efforts as part of the Department of Agriculture’s Kentucky Hunger Initiative.
 

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2020


KFB Insurance made a historic donation in April 2020 in lieu of the company’s second annual Clays for a Cause fundraising event, which was canceled due to social distancing guidelines. The record-setting $500,000 donation was comprised of the KFB Insurance Foundation’s $125,000 contribution (derived from Clays for a Cause sponsor and participant commitments) and then enhanced by an additional $375,000 from the Insurance Company. Funds were split between three local non-profit organizations – Feeding Kentucky, Glean Kentucky and Kentucky Hunters for the Hungry.
 

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2019


On April 23, 2019, Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance hosted its inaugural Clays for a Cause event, raising $115,950 to fight hunger and food insecurity in Kentucky. The event, which took place at Elk Creek Hunt Club in Owenton, Ky., was attended by 191 participants and supported by 37 sponsoring companies. All proceeds were donated to local hunger-relief efforts as part of the Department of Agriculture’s Kentucky Hunger Initiative.
 

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