Philanthropist Todd Naber Celebrates Local Charitable Success with Support of Nonprofit Organizations

Naber Specialty Grains Ltd. owner Todd Naber supports the Star City BPO Elks

Online PR News – 12-July-2014 – Melfort, Saskatchewan – As a successful business owner, Todd Naber stresses the need for support of charitable institutions, emphasizing the importance of business leader involvement in philanthropy and local charity. Both Naber and his company are passionate about community involvement, and have made a significant difference in local charity through support of local nonprofit institutions.

Todd Naber makes donations to the Star City Elks. The Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks is a fraternal order and social club. The Star City Elks keep themselves busy with the upkeep and rental of their community hall. The hall can accommodate up to three hundred people, has a full service kitchen, bar area, stage and sound system.

The Star City Elks and a neighboring lodge, the Star City Royal Purple Lodge #75, raise funds for several local, provincial and national group such as the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program, Tisdale Dialysis Unit, Fund for Children, Seniors Housing and much more. The organization’s main fundraisers are the Walk-a-thon and Snowmobile rally.

Through his consistent and constant support of organizations such as the Star City BPO Elks, Todd Naber is able to make a real and positive difference in the lives of people throughout the Melfort community.

Naber Specialty Grains Ltd. buys lentils, peas, canary seed, canola, flax seed and oat products. The grains are processed at Naber Specialty Grain Ltd.’s own processing facility in Melfort, Saskatchewan. Naber Specialty Grains Ltd., and the town of Melfort itself, is “located in the heart of some of the world’s most productive farmland,” as Todd Naber is fond of saying.

Todd Naber is the owner and operator of Naber Specialty Grains, Ltd., a wholesale grain distribution business. Naber Specialty Grains Ltd. buys and processes seeds and grains for export to the world market.

The cropland of Saskatchewan, where most of the grains Naber Specialty Grains Ltd. processes are produced, is divided into four areas. Melfort is situated in Area 3. Crop yields can vary from area to area, and like any agriculture region the areas are subject to various natural threats. Sawfly, a serious pest for crops, can be a problem in this part of Saskatchewan. Drought, on the other hand, is not as much of a problem in Area 3, although it can be a serious issue in other areas, particularly in the east.

Naber Specialty Grains Ltd. is part of the backbone of Saskatchewan’s economy. The province comprises forty-four percent of Canada’s total cultivated farmland. A thriving Saskatchewan crops industry contributes to, and benefits from, the increasing local and global demand for food, feed, fuel and fiber. The newest emerging sector in Saskatchewan’s economy is renewable biofuel production or agricultural biomass, which is marketed as ethanol or biodiesel. At 251,718 square miles, Saskatchewan is nearly the size of Texas.

Naber Specialty Grains Ltd. is a world-class processing facility, and Todd Naber considers himself very luck to live and work where he does, in the heart of some of the world’s most productive farmland. Todd Naber is proud to be a member of the Melfort Chamber of Commerce. He and his company are licensed and bonded by the Canadian Grain Commission. The Canadian Grain Commission is a Canadian government department responsible for regulation of the grain handling industry.

Todd Naber is a proud resident of Melfort and is filled with civic pride. He is a member of the Melfort Chamber of Commerce, and is licensed and bonded by the Canadian Grain Commission. The Canadian Grain Commission is a Canadian government department responsible for regulation of the grain handling industry. It is headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Todd Naber makes donations to the Star City Elks. The Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks is a fraternal order and social club. The Star City Elks keep themselves busy with the upkeep and rental of their community hall. The hall can accommodate up to three hundred people, has a full service kitchen, bar area, stage and sound system.

About: Todd Naber supports the Star City BPO Elks with donations.

 
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