In the spirit of the season, the WFFC has continued to support charitable organizations, inside and out of the F&F industry.
Among the charities and organizations that the WFFC has contributed to include the Alzheimer’s Association, American Cancer Society, Bottomless Closet, Center for Hope & Safety, Feeding Florida, Hispanic Federation, La Casa De Don Pedro, Roses For Autism, Texas Diaper Bank.
In addition, the Cincinnati chapter donated to American Red Cross, Crayons to Computers Cincinnati, Dress for Success Cincinnati, Gorman Heritage Farm and Matthew 25: Ministries, and the Chicago chapter donated to Dream for Kids, UC Health Foundation and Wounded Warrior Project.
“It has been a difficult year with sickness and numerous natural disasters. Many women, children and men are in need and the WFFC is committed to helping those less fortunate. I would like to thank all of our chapters for their generous contributions and support,” said Amy Marks-McGee, WFFC president.