CHS to Contribute $1 Million Plus

CHS to Contribute $1 Million Plus

Money is going for North Dakota flood relief, American Red Cross and two dozen CHS employees in Minot whose homes have been damaged.

CHS Inc. recently announced it will contribute $1.1 million to North Dakota flood relief efforts, the company announced today.

In addition, the CHS Foundation --  an independent, private foundation supported by CHS Inc --  is contributing $50,000 to the American Red Cross to aid in flood relief efforts.

The company is making an additional $50,000 corporate contribution for direct support to the nearly two dozen CHS employees whose homes have been damaged by severe flooding in the Minot area.

"We recognize the significant challenges faced by so many individuals and communities impacted by the recent flooding," says Carl Casale, CHS president and CEO. "We hope these contributions will help those affected by this disaster as they begin to recover and restore their homes, farms and businesses."

CHS provides a full array of agriculture and energy products and services to its member-owner farmers, locally-owned cooperatives and consumers throughout North Dakota.

CHS Inc. is a diversified energy, grains and foods company committed to providing the essential resources that enrich lives around the world. A Fortune 100 company, CHS is owned by farmers, ranchers and cooperatives, along with thousands of preferred stockholders across the United States. CHS supplies energy, crop nutrients, grain, livestock feed, food and food ingredients, along with business solutions including insurance, financial and risk management services. The company operates petroleum refineries/pipelines and manufactures, markets and distributes Cenex® brand refined fuels, lubricants, propane and renewable energy products. CHS is listed on the NASDAQ at CHSCP.

The CHS Foundation (www.chsfoundation.org) is the major giving entity of CHS Inc. As a part of the CHS stewardship focus, the CHS Foundation is committed to investing in the future of rural America, agriculture and cooperative business through education and leadership development.

For more information see www.chsinc.com.

Source: CHS

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