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2017 goodie bags

Developing Leaders and Influencing the Political Process

More women are needed in every aspect of the Farm Bureau organization.  This includes being a spokespersons for agriculture, working on project teams, coordinating programs, contacting legislators and teachers, making decisions on county and state boards, and so on.  We can find an activity to match your interest and personal skills.

Leadership development opportunities include one-on-one coaching, public speaking training, networking at the leadership conference, committee training, and hands -on experience.

Questions about the Women's Leadership Committee can be should be directed to the Member Relations Division at 717.761.2740 or use the form below.

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Farmers Care is a program that recognizes the commitment of farm families to raising healthy food for our communities. At the same time, it shows the way farmers volunteer to help those in need. Pennsylvania Farm Bureau supports this program by collecting food, and monetary donations, for Ronald McDonald House Charities, or other local charities in your district.

Each year, the Women’s Leadership Committee invites all counties to consider participating in the Farmers Care Program. Each county/district marks a time (between January 1st and April 30th) when farmers give back to the less fortunate in their communities. However your county sees fit to participate is up to you, but we ask that you please notify PFB of all donations so we can keep track of the difference you’re making in our state! Please return the 2017 Donation Grid to PFB, Attn: Farmers Care, PO Box 8736, Camp Hill, PA 17001-2740 by May 15, 2017.

If you would like to participate in a 2017 Farmers Care event in your area, please contact the person listed below:

Hershey RMH - February 9th - Joan Myers - 717.263.3328 or

Philadelphia RMH - February 20th - John Caroff - 215.536.8674 or

Danville RMH - March 7th - Johanna Rohrer - 717.215.0766 or or - Jessica Darr - 570.971.2289 or

Pittsburgh RMH - April 6th - Lisa Wherry - 724.255.1943 or

Scranton RMH - TBA in April - Cheryl Matulevich - 570.289.4114 or


This past year, we celebrated $1,000,000 in donations to Ronald McDonald House Charities through the Farmers Care Program. Each house has a “wish list” available on their website, which you can find at Please join with us to keep it growing!