180 Degree Farm is a 501c3 nonprofit organization
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  • Prayer Warriors - A very special family that we support needs urgent prayer. Jayla Myers, a precious 6 yr little girl, has been diagnosed an aggressive, inoperable brain cancer called bi-thalamic glioma, specifically Anaplastic Astrocytoma, Grade 3. Anaplastic Astrocytoma, Grade 3, which is one of two of the most common high-grade astrocytomas. For those that do not know, according to St. Jude's website, "Astrocytomas are of two main types—high-grade and low-grade. High-grade tumors grow rapidly and can easily spread through the brain. Low-grade astrocytomas are usually localized and grow slowly over a long period of time. High-grade tumors are much more aggressive and require very intensive therapy. The majority of astrocytic tumors in children are low-grade, whereas the majority in adults are high-grade. These tumors can occur anywhere in the brain and spinal cord. Astrocytomas account for the majority of pediatric brain tumors. About 700 children are diagnosed with low-grade astrocytomas each year. In children, more than 80 percent of astrocytomas are low-grade; nearly 20 percent are high-grade."

    ​Pray for complete healing and continued peace and guidance for Myers family, as we serve a great God and we believe in the power of miracles. Feel led to do more? Check out Jaylas website and help support this wonderful family. 
    http://www.jaylasjourney.com/



  • Help us grow and give more food!  We are cutting two more fields in late winter and we need sponsors.
  • Sponsorship for each field is $3,000 and includes everything needed to hit the ground running:​ Soil testing, soil amendments and organic fertilizer, drip irrigation, compost, mulching material, row cover, and additional equipment.

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  • ​If you are just learning about us, we are a 501c3 nonprofit and 100% volunteer based ministry. Last year we gave over 24,000 lbs of organically grown food to those who are sick or impoverished in our community. This year, we are on track to surpass that number.  Because of our story, our biggest focus is on those dealing with cancer. We partner with CTCA in Newnan and hand out approximately 300 lbs of free organic food per week. This helps ease the financial burden when having to make a lifestyle change, after being diagnosed.  

    ​We want to do more! Our plan includes cutting two more fields for the spring of 2015, which will enable us to grow much more food for our community. You can help by clicking on the link below to donate today. 


 


237 Emory Phillips RdSharpsburgGA 30277, USA


(678)-481-3367

nicole@180farm.org


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180degree Farm in Sharpsburg

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