This years 5K Run/Walk took place at the Plaza in Kansas City. Participants made their way along the canal on Wednesday morning. The morning was hot but a slight breeze along with cloudy skies made for a great morning run/walk. Thanks to all of our participants for supporting FamilyFarms Charities!
On April 23, 2015, FamilyFarms Charities and the Jackie Joyner Kersee Center in East St. Louis partnered to plant this year’s summer garden at the center. FamilyFarms Charities has worked with the JJK Center on this garden project for three years now, and last year we teamed with Gateway Greening to provide ten
Free Range Quest is supporting FamilyFarms Charities by taking the Big Texan Steak Ranch Challenge. All funds raised will go to support FamilyFarms Charities! Check it out: http://freerangequest.wordpress.com/2013/12/31/today-is-the-day-steak-for-a-good-cause/
Some have said FamilyFarms Group Teams and staff are highly competitive. They are correct. If there was ever any doubt about that, it was put to rest during the hotly contested trivia match. With 10 categories ranging from “What Network is it on?” to “FamilyFarms Group Trivia,” and ten questions in each category, Laura Cornille-Cannady
FamilyFarms Charities has awarded two $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors planning to pursue college training in fields related to agriculture. Scholarship recipients were selected from applicants across the U.S. on the basis of answers to essay questions, community leadership and involvement, GPA, ACT/SAT scores, and career plans. Cari Beth Halk of Greenbrier, Arkansas
On January 9, 2013, twenty representatives of FamilyFarms Group, both Team members and staff, volunteered to serve breakfast at St. Vincent de Paul in Phoenix, Arizona. Planning for our winter conference in Phoenix, FamilyFarms Charities arranged for volunteers to rise early on Wednesday morning and head to the “soup kitchen” where hundreds are
Thirteen representatives of FamilyFarms Charities recently returned from Hammanskraal, South Africa, where they put feet to their desire to help others. Last year, representatives of the group had visited Bethesda Outreach Ministry, an orphanage/school serving AIDS-affected children (www.bethesdaoutreach.org ) , delivering needed school and medical supplies. Hearing their report of needs at Bethesda, FamilyFarms