Sales of fun, ag-related merchandise to benefit the ND FFA Foundation


FARGO — The ND FFA Foundation will soon benefit from a new partnership with Fargo-based retailer Fargo Stuff.

The nonprofit will receive $5 from all merchandise sold with an agriculture-centered design currently sold on the website, according to a press release issued by the ND FFA Friday, Oct. 4.

The design that prompted the relationship features the text "My Dad Feeds Your Dad."

Once ND FFA became involved, Fargo Stuff added a "My Mom Feeds Your Mom" design as well.

Oct. 2019 marks 50 years of women involved in the FFA, according to the release.


Both designs are now available on T-shirts, onesies and ball caps.

Fargo Stuff is owned and operated by Office Sign Company. Marketing Director Jack Yakowicz said Office Sign is always looking for new ways to partner with nonprofits.

"We’re always looking for ways to support nonprofits in our community and state, and when the ND FFA Foundation came to us with this idea, we were all for it,” Yakowicz said. “With 2019 marking 50 years of women in their organization, it was an easy decision to expand the products and offer the new “My Mom Feeds Your Mom” design specific and custom to this important time for their group.

The ND FFA Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit whose mission is to support the leadership opportunities and activities of the ND FFA and agricultural education. They do this by building partnerships with industry, education, government, other foundations and individuals to secure financial resources which allow scholarships, financial assistance and sponsorship of the ND FFA State Association’s activities in order to help grow leaders, build communities and strengthen agriculture.

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Angie Wieck is the business editor for The Forum. Email her at
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