Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee announces its increased investment into local youth with a 4-year pledge to Boys & Girls Clubs of South Central Tennessee, beginning in 2024
Pictured are Jeff Pannell, CEO of Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee; Don Crichton, board member of Boys & Girls Club; Ginny Wright, CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of South Central Tennessee; Bobby Pulley, CMO of FBITN, and Brooke Holzwarth, VP of Marketing for FBITN.
Farm Bureau Insurance has supported Boys & Girls Clubs of South Central Tennessee for over 15 years, including financial contributions, involved volunteer Board members, and holiday toy drives to donate hundreds of gifts to youth in need.
“We are proud to support the mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of South Central Tennessee. The work they do with the youth of Maury and Giles counties is so important and truly has a lasting impact on the lives of so many in our area,” said Jeff Pannell, CEO of Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee.
Commenting on the partnership, Boys & Girls Clubs of South Central Tennessee Ginny Wright states: “From sponsoring Cajunfest at Amber Falls Winery and sending volunteers out to work the event to donating gifts for hundreds of youth each year through our Angel Tree program – Farm Bureau Insurance has had a strong, lasting partnership with our local Boys & Girls Club and left an indelible mark on our youth and our mission. We are so grateful for their partnership and for their leadership making the commitment to generously step up their commitment in 2024 and beyond.”
About Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee
Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee is the trade name of the Tennessee Farmers Insurance Companies, a single-state operation headquartered in Columbia, Tenn. Farm Bureau Insurance covers more homes and autos than any other insurance company in Tennessee and is the state’s largest writer of individual life insurance. Its mutual company has been serving Tennesseans since 1948, and its life company has been covering lives since 1973. The companies are affiliated with the Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation, the nation’s largest single-state Farm Bureau organization with more than 680,000 member families. Visit fbitn.com.
About Boys & Girls Clubs of South Central Tennessee
Boys & Girls Clubs of South Central Tennessee (“BGCSCTN”) opened in 1999 when it was officially chartered by Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Club programs are designed to accomplish three key goals for youth: academic success, healthy lifestyles and good character and citizenship. BGCSCTN has achieved national and state recognition for academic program success and currently serves more than 1,200 youth per year through youth and teen centers in Columbia, a Club in Pulaski, and school-based programs in 11 schools in Maury County. BGCSCTN is dedicated to making South Central Tennessee a better place to live and work by ensuring that all children who walk through our doors graduate from high school ready for college or employment and reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.