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Founded in 2009, Feed Fannin is a volunteer organization working together to educate and encourage our community towards self-sufficiency while providing food for those in need. We are committed to eliminating hunger in Fannin County and the Copper Basin. We support the Food Pantry that is part of the Family Connection by providing volunteer workers, food, and money to mitigate the costs of feeding the hungry in Fannin County.
As the home of North Georgia Bible camp, Camp Wetoga is one of the most evangelical resources in the southeastern US. Nested in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, God’s beauty is not only evident, but truly awe-inspiring. Since the summer of 1969, volunteers from the Churches of Christ in surrounding area have enjoyed conducting week-long sessions that focus on fun and interactive activities that invoke basic New Testament Christian principles.
Georgia AGAPE, Inc. is a faith-based, not-for-profit professional organization which has been providing services since 1970. AGAPE is licensed as a “Child Placing Agency” by the Georgia Department of Human Resources and is supported by the Churches of Christ in Georgia, caring individuals, foundations and corporations. As a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization, all donations not given in exchange for goods or services are tax deductible.
Raintree Village is a faith-based, community-centered, outcomes-based child caring institution dedicated to providing needed services to “at-risk” children and their families. Since 2008, Raintree Village has been fully accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA), and is committed to following best practices and the highest standards of conduct. Our mission is simple: “To offer children and youth an opportunity for a future by strengthening families, developing personal moral character, and instilling trust, hope, and love.”
The Quito School of Biblical Studies (EQEB) is a non-profit organization that was born from the need to evangelize the Ecuador organization. EQEB is a joint mission work of the Churches of Christ and operates under the direction of the elders of the Church of Christ in Pueblo, Colorado USA.
Working under the oversight of the Bridgeport Church of Christ, John O'Neal, serves as a missionary to India. The India mission field is fertile with many coming to Christ. However, the work extends far beyond the Great Commission to include supporting ministers of the gospel and providing for the care of orphans and lepers.