Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation is governed by statewide leaders in Nebraska Farm Bureau, Nebraska agriculture, agribusiness and education as well as other leaders who are passionate about the future of agriculture in Nebraska.
Agriculture in the Classroom (AITC) is a nationwide educational program to help students develop awareness and understanding that agriculture is our source of food, fiber, and fuel.
The Foundation's Ag Promotion and Education Committee helps farmers and ranchers tell children and adults about agriculture and its importance to them, through a variety of programs and activities
The Foundation supports further agriculture education by offering scholarships and loans.
Resources contributed to the Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation are redistributed for the purposes of telling agriculture's story by supporting Nebraska Ag in the Classroom, agriculture education and public outreach, leadership training, agriculture research and youth scholarships. Contributions may be tax deductible as allowed by law. Quite often the projects funded will be cooperative in nature developed by Nebraska Farm Bureau, commodity organizations and others in agriculture.
The Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation is a non-profit, charitable organization and has been determined as exempt from Federal Income Tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions or donations may be tax deductible.