Trustees with the M.W. and Fair Miller Foundation have been busy recently, giving generous grants to several local non-profits in Fannin County. A generous gift of $20,000 was granted to the Fannin County Children’s Center to support CASA and the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC).
“We are thrilled to benefit from the foundation’s generosity again,” said Sandy Barber, Executive Director of the Children’s Center. “This gift of $20,000 will help us sustain all of the ways we help children find safety and begin healing from abuse and neglect.”
The M.W. and Fair Miller Foundation was incorporated in 1988 and organized for the betterment and care of the children in Fannin County. Currently serving on the Board of Trustees are Tyler Todd, Dr. Dana Sisk and Dr. Jerry Hopson.
The Fannin County Children’s Center is a nonprofit agency that was incorporated in 1992 and began serving children in 1993. The center’s mission is promoting safety and improving the lives of abused and neglected children. Programs include CASA, Children’s Advocacy Center and child abuse prevention.