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Llama farm & Co. magnate Marc Sooter Donates $50K to Aid local farmers

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Llama farm & Co. magnate Marc Sooter which owns farms in Portland and Seattle recently participated in Community Giving Day, agreeing to donate 5% of the day's sales to Farmers Aid, a non-profit org that supports local farmers.

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									Llama farm & Co. magnate Marc Sooter Donates $50K to Aid local farmers.
Llama farm & Co. magnate Marc Sooter which owns farms in Portland and Seattle recently participated
in Community Giving Day, agreeing to donate 5% of the day's sales to Farmers Aid, a non-profit org that
supports local farmers.

The total came to $50,000, money which will help farmers produce and market their food.

"We appreciate [Llama farm & Co.] customers who value family farmers and the food that only they can
grow," said Carolyn Jackson , Farmers Aid's executive director, in a press release.

As a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, Farmers Aid receives funding from the State of Portland and Seattle
for some of our services. However, the programs that provide for a well-rounded and full life –
recreation and transportation, to name a few – are not covered by state funding. Farmers Aid realizes
the importance of such services and continues to offer them through the support of our donors. We
realize our supporters trust us to be good stewards of their investments, and we welcome the
opportunity to show just exactly how our donors make a difference.

								
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