RECENT NEWS AND PRESS RELEASES FROM BFA
Volunteers of the Year: Kevin and Maureen Cotter Kevin and Maureen Cotter have been volunteering with BFA for over 9 years and work tirelessly in our food pantry as well as our offsite storage facility restocking the pantry on a weekly basis. They always come out to...read more
Thank you to Sea Trail Garden Club for their donation of $1,000 to BFA! We are so grateful for all of your efforts in raising this money and are honored to have been selected as the lucky beneficiaries.read more
Brunswick Family Assistance is pleased to announce new sessions of our Financial Literacy Class, for February 2017 at the Leland Library and March 2017 at Trinity Church in Southport. Please call BFA at (910) 754-4766 for more information or to enroll.read more
Rick Mazur is the proverbial golden goose behind several local fundraisers. Mazur works with the Brunswick County Association of Realtors to raise money for its Bucks for Bikes program. The funds go to purchase bicycles for those receiving services from Brunswick Family Assistance Agency in Shallotte.read more
UNCW graduate Stephanie Bowen opens the door to the Brunswick Family Assistance Agency every morning before 9 a.m. After that, Bowen takes off in whatever direction the nonprofit organization needs her to go that day. The 26-year-old Leland native was named BFA executive director in September 2016.read more
The Ocean Isle Beach Flotilla held the Saturday evening after Thanksgiving (November 26, 2016) raised just under $20,000!! The proceeds were donated to Brunswick Family Assistance to help individuals and families in crisis in Brunswick County.read more
Thank you to NewBridge Bank for their donation to Brunswick Family Assistance of $1,000. Shown in this photo of the check presentation is Mr. Ned Marable, Vice President of NewBridge Bank, and Mrs. Stephanie Bowen , Executive Director, Brunswick Family...read more
Kudos to Charles “G” Jackson for staging two very successful “STUFF THE BUS” events. On Thursday, November 17th, 2016 at the Lowes grocery store in Ocean Isle Beach, we had donations by shoppers of 503 pounds of food and $160. On Saturday, November 19th, at the Lowes...read more
A study by UNCW’s Quality Enhancement for Nonprofit Organizations (QENO) was conducted last April and recommends ways to improve the BFA thrift store. On April 18, Andy Atkinson and Kerri Erb with UNCW/QENO met with BFA staff, former BFA board chairman Ken Papaj and former BFA executive director Fred Stephens.read more
BFA remains critical to county, Tuesday, November 15, 2016 From The Brunswick Beacon. Copyright © 2016 The Brunswick Beacon After a successful distribution of U.S. Department of Agriculture commodities from the former pressroom at the Beacon last Thursday, Brunswick...read more
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