Pet Adoption Agency Offers Hope and a Home

In celebration of its 50th anniversary, Ghertner & Company is “Giving Back” to non-profit organizations in our community.  Since 1999, the Freedom Farm Animal Sanctuary is one such organization dedicated to rescuing abused, abandoned and neglected animals in and around Middle Tennessee. FFAS encourages proper pet care and advocates spaying and neutering to help stop pet overpopulation. They use a system of foster homes to house all the animals in their care and are committed to the long-term care and placement of all animals that are rescued.  Since FFAS does not use euthanasia as a means of population control, the all-volunteer board and staff works diligently to place as many animals as possible into adoption.  Visit freedomfarm.net to view pets available for a home or to support the organization.

 

  Receiving the check on behalf of the Freedom Farm Animal Sanctuary is   Kim Patton (second from the left)   from Scott Ghertner, Co-President of Ghertner & Company.  Other Ghertner & Company associates in attendance were Jaye Kloss, Stephanie Gray, Janine Mathews, Henry Puckett and Danielle Hayes.   

Receiving the check on behalf of the Freedom Farm Animal Sanctuary is Kim Patton (second from the left) from Scott Ghertner, Co-President of Ghertner & Company.  Other Ghertner & Company associates in attendance were Jaye Kloss, Stephanie Gray, Janine Mathews, Henry Puckett and Danielle Hayes.