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June 22, 2017
To Feed the World Responsibly
Our community investments are directed at improving conditions in health and wellness, environmental stewardship, civic arts/culture and youth development. Increasingly, we are also focusing on gender and diversity programs.
We have many employees who volunteer their time and passions within their communities and seek to have a formal employee volunteer program in the future.
We have an employee donation-matching program that provides the opportunity to enlist Agrium’s support of causes to which employees have financially or otherwise contributed. We support the charitable causes that are important to our employees by matching donations up to $300 annually. It not only results in donations to highly impactful organizations, but employees can also be satisfied to know that their company cares about what matters to them.
Agrium recognizes that success depends on building relationships with a variety of stakeholders whom we directly or indirectly affect. Many of our facilities are located in rural areas, where we are often one of the largest employers, giving us the opportunity to play an important role in these communities.
The Agrium Community Connection (Loveland Campus) is a community outreach committee originally formed in 2017 from the combination of our Denver and Loveland offices into one Agrium Loveland Campus. This committee, with representation across the campus buildings and functions, is focused on providing avenues for getting our people personally invested in our communities and helping meet its needs in wonderful ways.
Year-to-date we’ve already donated nearly $14,500 to ten Northern Colorado non-profits and plan to donate a total of $30,000 by year end! We’ve donated $1,725 on behalf of employees to NoCo non-profits year-to-date and plan to donate a total of $8,400 by year end. Further, the ACC committee is focused on helping make this company an outstanding employer to work for that allows employees to explore their passions for benefitting their communities in which they live and work in diverse and creative ways.
Agrium is in the process of merging with another global crop inputs company, Potash Corp (PCS), and once finalized (projected to be in Q3 of 2017) will have a brand new name (Nutrien™) and a bright future. Together, we will be better positioned to serve customers, with a continued emphasis on efficiency and innovation. As the largest global provider of crop inputs and services, Nutrien™ will play a critical role in “Feeding the Future”, by helping growers to increase food production in a sustainable manner for a growing world. Nutrien™will provide significant benefits for customers, suppliers and stakeholders, and will remain strongly committed to the communities in which we operate.
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