2023 End of Year Fundraising Letter

Dear Feed Fannin Members, Supporters and Friends, Feed Fannin continues to need your support. We are an all-volunteer organization and 100% funded through private donations. Approximately 90% of our expenditures are for food, food-related items and the operation of the farm. Rising prices strain the limited income of many seniors, single parents with children, the … Read more

Pantry & Food-Related Community Outreach

Feed Fannin has supplied nearly 100% of the funds to the Food Pantry for the purchase of canned and dried, staples, frozen foods, fresh produce, eggs and milk for clients of the Food Pantry at Fannin County Family Connection. In addition, Feed Fannin has a number of food collection boxes located in the Blue Ridge, … Read more

A Salute to Our Silent Volunteers

Very recently a wonderful friend passed away. She was not only a personal friend, she was also a dedicated Feed Fannin volunteer. Her passing made me think about the many people who volunteer time and contribute funds to Feed Fannin whose names we may not recognize or whom we don’t often see featured in newsletters, … Read more

Congratulations to Our 2023 Scholarship Winners!

Feed Fannin is pleased to have awarded four $1,000 scholarships to very deserving students this year. Three recipients are Fannin County High School seniors, and one is from Copper Basin High School. All awardees have strong academic records, have shown leadership in their school activities, and have served as committed volunteers in their communities. Their … Read more

On Your Mark, Get Set, Go!

For the second year in a row, Feed Fannin competed in the Kiwanis Club’s Blue Ridge Soap Box Derby. Dylan Henry, 15 and a student at Mountain Education Charter High School in Fannin County, won 2 of his 3 heats in the colorful Feed Fannin car as dozens of drivers launched two by two from … Read more