The Lighthouse Beacon Fund
Lighthouse is excited to announce the ‘Lighthouse Beacon Fund’ in celebration of our 5th anniversary!
Our farmer clients are dedicated to supporting and strengthening the communities they live and work in and Lighthouse wants to join their efforts going forward. With the establishment of the Beacon Fund, Lighthouse will provide matching donations for farmer clients as they give to causes, organizations, events and activities that are important to their communities and way of life. The Lighthouse Beacon Fund will set aside an allocated amount annually that each farmer client can request as a matching donation to a local cause or organization of their choosing.
To submit a request, fill out the below request form and send to any member of the Lighthouse Team. We will review your request and upon approval, Lighthouse will send a check to the receiving organization for its half of the funds.
Lighthouse Beacon Fund Request Form:
The Lighthouse Beacon Fund Recipients
Since launching our Beacon Fund initiative, we've donated to several different local groups, selected by our clients. Thanks for helping us support our local communities!
Columbus Rural Fire Protection
School House Cafe
ND 4-H Foundation
Sinner Bresnahan Healthy Kids Initiative
Fessenden Bowdon FFA
Wells County 4-H
Anne Carlsen Center
Bismarck Wolves Traveling Basketball Team
Greater Minot Youth Concert Association
City of Benedict
Glenburn Fire Department
Lighthouse is thrilled to have the Bismarck Wolves traveling basketball team receive Lighthouse Beacon funds! Way to go Wolves!
We are excited to announce the first recipient of the Lighthouse Beacon Fund, Schoolhouse Café in Grace City, North Dakota. The Lighthouse Beacon Fund matches donations for farmer clients seeking to support and strengthen the communities they live and work in. Schoolhouse Café was selected by clients Kevin and Shane Black for their dedication and service they provide to their community.
Pictured L-R: Shane Black, Lighthouse Commodities client, Joan Anderson of Schoolhouse Café in Grace City, ND, and Bailey March of Lighthouse Commodities