Local State Farm agent Chrystal Fray in May presented Community Boys & Girls Club of Wilmington with a $10,000 grant from State Farm as part of State Farm’s Outstanding Community Engagement Program.
Community Boys & Girls Club of Wilmington was selected by Fray in recognition of being one of 100 State Farm agents nationwide nominated and selected for their outstanding community engagement, according to a news release.
Fray and fellow State Farm agents also presented the club with an additional $1,500 grant after a State Farm 5K Good Neighbor Walk that benefitted clubs across the country.
“At State Farm, we are committed to helping build stronger communities,” Fray stated in the release. “For me, it's not enough to simply say we’re a Good Neighbor, we embrace the responsibility to make this community better by being a part of a solution.”
Angie Hill, CEO of Community Boys & Girls Club of Wilmington, state din the release, “We are so thankful to Chrystal and State Farm for this generous gift. Chrystal is a great advocate not only for our Club, but the entire Wilmington community. This donation will be used to help our summer camp program with educational programs and field trips."