Jun 22, 2014 11:45 PM
Sunday marked the one-year anniversary in the disappearance of Madison County teenager Brookelyn Farthing, who went missing after leaving a party.
On the anniversary, her family put on a fundraiser to help bring in money for the reward fund that will go to anyone who can help find her.
This time last year was the last time friends and family of Brookelyn Farthing saw or heard from her. Sunday they gathered at the Madison County Fairgrounds to remind everyone this is still an open investigation and are hoping you can help.
After numerous extensive search efforts, several billboards, and pleas from her family, investigators are no closer to finding Farthing. But her family still holds out hope someone out there knows something that can help the investigation move forward.
The proceeds from the fundraiser will go to the reward fund in hopes that someone will come forward with new information that will help them find Brookelyn.
"She did a lot for her community. A lot of people is willing to give back and that makes it better, but it's great because it's not just us asking questions. It's our community, because they're children have to live here too and they want them safe," said Brookelyn's mother, Shelby Walker.
Farthing's family says parents had the option to have their kids finger printed at the fundraiser. They say aside from raising awareness for Brookelyn, their goal was also to make sure this doesn't happen to other families.
If you have any information about Brookelyn's disapperance, call police.