Raising Animals To Raise Spirits

We are proud to announce that we surpassed our goal for the Foundation campaign! 

A HUGE thank you to our amazing staff and wonderful customers that came together and helped us raise $1,200!

Hudson Folkerts was a local country boy who loved fishing, hunting and riding his dirt bike. Hudson had a passion for raising animals, and his was able to share this passion through his involvement in Tomball ISD's FFA program. In July 2011, Hudson passed away in a tragic ATV accident at age 15.



Hudson Folkerts 
Community Cause


GOAL

$500




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To honor Hudson's love for raising animals and keep his name and spirit alive, his family founded the Hudson Folkerts Memorial Foundation. The process of buying and raising animals can be very expensive, which keeps many students who are interested in raising animals from bein able to participate in such a great experience. The organization was created to assist with these expenses, so that other student who are as passionate about raising animals as Hudson was, can experience it.

Join our #AgentsofChange Movement so we can raise funds for Hudson Folkerts Memorial Foundation and give our local children the experience of raising animals!


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Our agency will donate $10 to Hudson Folkerts Memorial Foundation on your behalf for every recommendation you send our way, and we'll add you to our monthly drawing for a $50 Gift Card.

Getting involved has never been so simple, or Free!


To Make a Donation Directly
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