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Proteus, Inc. 5th Annual I'm Thankful for Farmworkers Sponsorship

Support Proteus, Inc. by cultivating the dreams of farmworkers

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The I'm Thankful for Farmworkers Dinner is an inspiring fundraising event presented by Proteus, Inc. Our 2023 theme, "Cultivating Dreams, One Farmworker at a Time," encapsulates the heart of our mission and the transformative impact your contribution can make.

At Proteus, we firmly believe that farmworkers are the unsung heroes of our society, toiling tirelessly to nurture the land that feeds us all. Their dedication and hard work deserve our gratitude and support. With your generous donations and sponsorships, you can sow the seeds of change, cultivating dreams and opportunities for these hardworking individuals and their families.

Join us in this heartfelt celebration of gratitude and hope, as we come together to empower farmworkers with education, job and educational training, and essential resources. Your contribution will not only uplift the lives of these individuals but also enrich the fabric of our entire community. Together, let's plant the seeds of progress, fostering a brighter future for our dedicated farmworkers—one cherished dream at a time. Donate or sponsor today, and let the spirit of gratitude and generosity flourish, bringing us closer to a world where dreams can truly thrive.

Proteus is a 501(c)3 non-profit and a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that was established in 1979 in Iowa. Proteus has facilitated the National Farmworkers Jobs Program (NFJP) and the National Farmworker Training Program (NFTP), two federal programs, in Iowa since then. The organization added the Agricultural Health Program, a primary care initiative, in Iowa in 1991. Proteus expanded the NFJP and NFTP services into Nebraska in 2010, and into Indiana in 2013.

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