For the sixth year in a row, Farm Bureau Insurance and the Tennessee Titans have teamed up to give ten children across the state the opportunity of a lifetime.


For the fifth year in a row, Farm Bureau Insurance and the Tennessee Titans have teamed up to give ten children across the state the opportunity of a lifetime. 


In its third year as the statewide partner of the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee surpassed the million-dollar fundraising mark. In 2014 company representatives made bigger and bolder strides than ever, contributing to a variety of fundraising efforts including bake sales, Making Strides walks and more than 32,000 pink Farmer Charlie hats sold.

The centerpiece of the 2014 campaign was 34 “Pink Out” high school football games hosted by Farm Bureau Insurance agencies across Tennessee. The games—played from the end of August through October—generated almost $300,000, uniting communities across the state to honor breast cancer survivors and educating people about the disease.

“To have raised more than $1,000,000 to benefit Making Strides Against Breast Cancer in only three years is truly unbelievable. This was made possible by the tireless efforts and generosity of Farm Bureau Insurance representatives. These proceeds will help the American Cancer Society seek better ways to prevent, detect and treat breast cancer, as well as provide help and hope to people facing this disease. I couldn’t be more proud of our company,” said Farm Bureau Insurance CEO Sonny Scoggins. 

For more pictures and a full recap of this year's fundraising efforts, see the 2014 Corporate Citizen.

 For the third year in a row Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee is a statewide partner of the American Cancer Society’s “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.” To raise awareness and funds for this cause, we will be hosting Friday Night Football Pink Out games across the state of Tennessee!


Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee made big strides by being the statewide partner of the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer for the second year in a row.

The heart of Tennessee showed in every county, with walk teams and a variety of fundraising efforts. At the end of October, there was another $267,432 given to the American Cancer Society to help seek better ways to prevent, detect, and treat breast cancer, as well as provide help and hope to people facing the disease. The two-year total now stands at more than $620,000.