State Farm Supports Schools Foundation with $1,000 Membership

20150408_092622April 12-18 is National Volunteer Week and Kris Mullins’ volunteer work paid off for the Demopolis City School Foundation. Because of his volunteer service on the Board of Directors for the Foundation and his work in the schools, State Farm made a $500 gift to the 2015 Membership Campaign. Kris matched this with a personal gift of his own, adding a total of $1,000 in support of the Demopolis City Schools Foundation.

“State Farm is happy to support our agents and employees with the great volunteer work they do in their communities.  We also support education, as we know our students are preparing for their futures, and we know our educators work hard each day to help our students reach their full potential.  Having agents and employees volunteer their time to their local educational systems is wonderful, and State Farm is happy to provide funds to support,” shared Emily Clark at State Farm.

These gifts were presented when Kris, and his son and business partner Michael Mullins, visited Tracy Stewart’s second grade class to see her Fall 2014 Classroom Grant in action. When asked why he supports the School Foundation Kris shared “We have one of the best school systems around, and we want to keep it that way.”