Jim McDevitt (rear left), principal of Immokalee Community School, a Redlands Christian Migrant Association charter school, and Jaime Weisinger, Lipman’s director of community and government relations, along with students from the school, celebrate the donation Lipman made.
Jim McDevitt (rear left), principal of Immokalee Community School, a Redlands Christian Migrant Association charter school, and Jaime Weisinger, Lipman’s director of community and government relations, along with students from the school, celebrate the donation Lipman made.

Continuing its efforts to help its farmworkers, the Immokalee, Fla.-based Lipman has donated $50,000 to the Redlands Christian Migrant Association.

The money is designed to help RCMA build the Wimauma Leadership Academy middle school. The money will also provide classroom and science supplies for the Immokalee Community School’s afterschool program, according to a news release.

“Much of our labor force is comprised of migrant workers, so it’s important for us to support nonprofits like RCMA that help the children of our employees,” Jaime Weisinger, Lipman’s director of community and government relations, said in the release.

Since 2005, Lipman has contributed more than $350,000 to RCMA.

RCMA, which provides childcare and early educational services to children of migrant farmworkers and rural, low-income families, also operates a daycare facility on Lipman’s Naples, Fla., farming operation in a building Lipman donated.

Lipman contributes to farmworker children’s charity

Continuing its efforts to help its farmworkers, the Immokalee, Fla.-based Lipman has donated $50,000 to a group that helps farmworker children.

Lipman, which calls itself North America’s largest field tomato grower, contributed to the Immokalee-based Redlands Christian Migrant Association.

The money is designed to help RCMA build its Wimauma Leadership Academy middle school. The money is also set t

Lipman contributes to farmworker children’s charity

Continuing its efforts to help its farmworkers, the Immokalee, Fla.-based Lipman has donated $50,000 to a group that helps farmworker children.

Lipman, which calls itself North America’s largest field tomato grower, contributed to the Immokalee-based Redlands Christian Migrant Association.

The money is designed to help RCMA build its Wimauma Leadership Academy middle school. The money is also set to help support the Immokalee Community School’s afterschool program by providing classroom and science supplies, according to a news release.

“Much of our labor force is comprised of migrant workers, so it’s important for us to support nonprofits like RCMA that help the children of our employees,” Jaime Weisinger, Lipman’s director of community and government relations, said in the release.

Since 2005, Lipman has contributed more than $350,000 to RCMA.

RCMA, which provides childcare and early educational services to children of migrant farmworkers and rural, low-income families, also operates a daycare facility on Lipman’s Naples, Fla., farming operation in a building Lipman donated.

 

o help support the Immokalee Community School’s afterschool program by providing classroom and science supplies, according to a news release.

 “Much of our labor force is comprised of migrant workers, so it’s important for us to support nonprofits like RCMA that help the children of our employees,” Jaime Weisinger, Lipman’s director of community and government relations, said in the release.

Since 2005, Lipman has contributed more than $350,000 to RCMA.

RCMA, which provides childcare and early educational services to children of migrant farmworkers and rural, low-income families, also operates a daycare facility on Lipman’s Naples, Fla., farming operation in a building Lipman donated.