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Sponsors of the Hogansville Hummingbird Festival

The Hummingbird Festival is free for everyone to attend, but the festival is also a fundraiser for the Hogansville Charitable Trust, a registered non-profit that supports Hogansville community improvement projects and programs. All year long, our sponsors are due special recognition, because it is their financial support that allows the Trust to follow through after the festival with high-leverage impact in the community. Click here to download a 'sponsor fact sheet' (PDF file) and find out how you or your organization can be part of the Hogansville Hummingbird Festival!

The following businesses, organizations, and individuals are recent sponsors of the Hogansville Hummingbird Festival. Please remember to thank and support our sponsors! They are supporting you!

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Bedrock Sponsors

Our goal is for this page to be accurate, useful, and up-to-date. If we are missing someone, if we have made a mistake, if there is a broken link, if we have failed to give due credit to the many contributions, please let us know!

Where does the money go?

The Hogansville Hummingbird Festival, now in its 19th year, is the principal fund-raising vehicle for the Hogansville Charitable Trust, a 501(c) 3 Georgia non-profit corporation whose stated purpose is the renovation, preservation and improvement of historic and municipal properties in and around the City of Hogansville, Georgia.

The Festival has raised in excess of $325,000 for this purpose. However, by using these dollars primarily as matching funds for Federal, State and other grants, the money has been leveraged into more than $3,000,000 in improvements for the City.

The projects have included renovations of the historic Royal Theater, now used as Hogansville’s City Hall, three phases of StreetScapes and construction of the Tower Trail which includes a walking trail from Hogansville Elementary School, by the historic Water Tower, and ending on Oak Street by the City’s now retired water treatment plant, and an outdoor classroom.

In addition, the Festival has donated to such charities as the American Red Cross’ Katrina Relief Fund, the Shriners Hospital, the Boys and Girls Clubs of West Georgia, “Breast Friends for Life,” a Troup County support group for breast cancer patients, Hogansville’s GED program, and “God’s Bread Basket,” Hogansville’s Food Bank.