Flower Power Spring Campaign

Good Beginnings last a life-time!

Help support Cabell County Family Resource Network initiatives by purchasing beautiful flowers, vegetables, strawberries and herbs products.


Take the Challenge: Be a Flower Power Team leader!

Participate by getting sales brochures from the FRN office and taking pre-paid orders.  You collect the money and shipping at time of order.  Turn in all paper order forms to FRN before the deadline of April 24.  Orders are shipped directly to customer.  Online orders will be taken through April 30th.

If you share the online store through email or social media, you can also mention to your friends and family to enter your name for credit for their purchases too.

NOTE: When placing orders online, at check out you have the ability to put comments, special instructions, or the name of the individual you would like to receive credit for the order.

At the end of the campaign, the person with the top dollar value of sales will be awarded a $25 gift card.


To view the products and shop online …

CLICK BELOW to go to the shopping link


Online Order Deadline:  April 30, 2019

Paper Order Deadline: Wednesday, April 24

Payments: This season, you can check out with credit cards with the online order process.

If you would like to order with check or cash, you can do that by contacting the FRN office – 304-697-0255.


Shipping: The products will ship to them according to their hardiness zone – any time between the end of March through mid-May. Products  have a money-back guarantee.


The Flower Power fundraiser will support our work in the following areas:

  • Cabell County Student Empowerment Team (CCSET) mission “Connecting resources to empower students to achieve personal excellence.”
  • Partners in Prevention – “Good Beginnings Last a Lifetime” project that promotes ways to help children grow up safe and healthy through everyday actions that build the Protective Factors through the Strengthening Families initiative. The five factors are: 1) Parental resilience, 2) Social connections, 3) Knowledge of parenting and child development, 4) Concrete support in times of need, and 5) Social and emotional competence of children.
  • Oral Health Promotion throughResources for Healthy Teeth Toolkit” that has tips on good oral health to support parents and programs in helping children have healthy teeth and smiles for life. This project is done in collaboration with Marshall University and the DentaQuest Foundation.

We use education, resources and training to accomplish our work. Community resources are shared through Cabell County Quick Guide and websites www.cabellfrn.org and www.cabellempower.org. Cabell Co. FRN has assisted in conducting a variety of training sessions like Strengthening Families, Brain Under Construction, and other workshops.

Thank you for helping us to coordinate and connect community resources so children get a “Good Beginning that lasts a lifetime!”

When it comes to Good Beginnings and Strong Families in Cabell County, we ALL can make a difference!


Contact: Debra Harris Bowyer, Cabell County Family Resource Network Coordinator, 304-697-0255

The Cabell County Family Resource Network (CCFRN) is a 501©3 non-profit, community-based organization that is a partnership of individuals, families and agencies working together to promote the well-being of children and families.

FLOWER POWER Fundraiser extended online through April 30