AMVC donates to New Opportunities in Audubon

posted on Thursday, December 18, 2014 in News

New Opportunities receives donations in honor of the partners of AMVC

The holiday season is in full swing, and amongst the hustle and bustle, office employees at AMVC Management Services and AMVC Veterinary Services donated wrapped Christmas gifts to the New Opportunities Adopt-A-Family project and made a monetary donation to the Audubon Food Pantry. Each year, the employees choose a charity that makes a difference in the lives of people who could use a brighter Christmas and contributes to the cause on behalf of the partners of AMVC.  AMVC employees are humbled to be truly a part of the community and help spread some extra Christmas spirit.

“This is a great way for us to help out those that are a bit less fortunate and ensure they have a good Christmas, and honor the partners,” said Dean Packard, chair of the Christmas committee at AMVC.  

Kelli Jensen, Family Development Coordinator at New Opportunities, was gracious for the donations.  

“The money will go towards food to help the needy families in Audubon County,” said Jensen.  The Audubon Food Pantry serves about 35 families each month

Similar gifts and donations were also presented to organizations near the communities where AMVC manages sow farms in Indiana, Ohio, North Dakota and Wyoming.










Alicia Humphrey of AMVC presents Kelli Jensen of New Opportunites a donation for the Audubon Food Pantry.