State Line Farms, as a family-owned business, is committed to giving back to the local communities in which we live and work. We hope that the charitable activities we support will promote improved quality of life and economic growth for our local residents and communities. Some of our charitable involvement include:
Charlie Coffman Memorial Scholarship for Agriculture – This $1,000 scholarship is presented annually to a graduate of Seeger High School in West Lebanon, IN, who plans to continue his or her education in the field of agriculture. The scholarship is in honor of Charles Coffman, who taught agriculture classes at Pine Village High School for 23 years and Seeger High School for 13 years. Charlie, who died in 2013, was the grandfather of Stacey Sims.
State Line Farms Ag Scholarship – This $1,000 renewable scholarship is presented annually to assist a deserving agriculture student at Danville Area Community College through the DACC Foundation in Danville, IL.
John Purdue Club – State Line Farms supports the John Purdue Club which totally funds student athletics at Purdue University, the alma mater of both Matt and Stacey Sims. Purdue is one of only seven universities in which the athletic program is self-funded and does not take tuition or tax dollars from the school.
Peer Court – State Line Farms has donated land, equipment and labor for use by participants in the Danville, Illinois, Peer Court program.
Miscellaneous Organizations – The partners in State Line Farms individually support many not-for-profit organizations annually, including various food pantries, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Habitat for Humanity, Relay for Life, St. Jude’s, senior citizen transportation services, local church and their missions and more.