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We canvased the country for people with project ideas to make a big impact in their community using the power of a G-Series machine. The response was incredible, but we were able to narrow the entrants to three finalists. Now, you get to vote to decide which project will receive a new John Deere G-Series skid steer or CTL  including a Worksite Pro™ Attachment .

As if that wasn’t enough, thanks to John Deere Financial, the two runners-up will be awarded a year-long lease so each project has the power of a G-series behind it.

Tom Noble

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Fielding Student Success

Knowing the impact sports participation has on school graduation rates, Tom Noble is partnering with Fields & Futures to rebuild 44 athletic fields to inspire community youth to stay in school.

“We’re changing a culture. You can see it from the moment we start moving dirt until the time we finish. Students and families are just amazed — it’s going to be their field. It gets me emotional every time — there’s not a better feeling. The impact of being on a team, of being part of something, of just giving them every chance to succeed — that’s about as good as it gets.” – Tom Noble

Daryl Bridenbaugh

Putnam County, Ohio

Building Houses and Hope

Following a devastating flood in Ottawa, Ohio, Daryl Bridenbaugh and the Putnam County Habitat for Humanity chapter are seeking additional support to continue rebuilding.

“I’ve been inspired by the story of Habitat’s founder, Millard Fuller. He was working as a missionary in Africa and came back with the idea of building low-cost housing for people in need here in the States. We have an excellent, well-organized Habitat chapter here in Putnam County, and I really believe I could make a great contribution. I love this community, and I want to do something helpful.” – Daryl Bridenbaugh

Eric Moores

Woodbine, Iowa

Teaching Tomorrow’s Builders

Through hands-on learning in a building trades class, Eric Moores’ students at Woodbine High School are literally rebuilding and beautifying their town while developing life skills.

“The thing I love most is building homes, and this is a wonderful opportunity to teach kids all I know. Many of these kids come into the class not even knowing how to use a hammer. But through hands-on learning, they come away with skills they can use for the rest of their lives. And quite possibly, use to find very lucrative and rewarding careers.” – Eric Moores

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