WAYS to GIVE
Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County is a 501 (c) (3)tax-exempt, charitable organization whose mission is to make a difference in people’s lives and communities by bringing local experience and research-based solutions together. The funds raised from this Capital Campaign are to build the new “Education Center and 4-H Park”, better known as “The Park”. This facility will be an all encompassed environment to help continue to serve the residents of Orange County through educational opportunities in the areas of 4-H Youth Development, Agriculture and Family & Consumer Sciences.
Gifts to Cornell Cooperative Extension can be made in many forms. Large or small, in cash, securities, or real estate, made outright or provided for in a will or trust, donated in memory of, or in tribute to a friend or loved one – each gift is gratefully received and is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law and your own tax circumstances.
Annual Giving Program
Our Centennial Campaign is celebrating our 100thAnniversary of providing programs and services that bring the resources of Cornell University to the grass roots level. All donations will go directly to the “Park” funding. Become a member of the “Centennial Campaign” with your $100.00 donation/pledge. In recognition of your donation, your name will be listed in our Annual Report saying “Thank you.”
Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County has many buildings to build and name. In recognition of our generous donors, naming rights will be available for a building, room, garden, etc. throughout the Park. For your convenience, gifts made at these special levels may be pledged and paid over time. Please contact the Extension Office for a private meeting to discuss the available options.
Your Donation Naming Opportunity:
$1,000,000 -- Education Center
$2,500 -- Horse Stalls
$100,000 -- Greenhouse
$5,000 -- Gardens
$10,000 -- Classrooms
$15,000 -- Large/Specialized Rooms
$25,000 -- Areas (Lobby, Resting Area, Wash Rack)
$25,000 -- Coverall Storage Structure
$50,000 -- Small Outdoor Arena
$100,000 -- Large Outdoor Arena
$250,000 -- Enclosed Large Arena
$100,000 -- Announcers Stand
$75,000 -- Teaching Kitchen
$75,000 -- Milking Parlor
$75,000 -- Camping Area
$500,00 -- Big Red Barn
$75,000 -- Pole Barns (2 available)
$100,000 -- Enclosed Pole Barn
$100,000 -- Horse/Livestock Barn (2 available)
Multi-Year pledge payment options are available.
We thank you for your consideration.
For more funding opportunities, please contact Kathi Webber at 845-344-1234 or email@example.com
Cornell Cooperative Extension values individuals and organizations that invest in Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County through their gifts. We will recognize your gift in many ways. You will receive acknowledgement and listing in our newsletters and Annual Report. You will receive an invitation to special Extension events.
Memorial Gifts/Tribute Gifts
At a difficult time in our lives, we often think of making Memorial or Tribute Gifts as gestures of love, remembrance and appreciation to someone in our lives. CCEOC has many opportunities available for Memorial Gifts/Tribute Gifts such as roads,benches, picnic tables/areas, or specific areas that acknowledge a family member or loved one. To make a Memorial Gift, please contact the Extension Office at 845-344-1234 or go to Online Donations to make a secure, online donation.
Many corporations and businesses encourage philanthropy by matching employee donations. For example, if you made a $100 donation to CCEOC, your employer might match that and also contribute $100. Please ask your Human Resources Department if they offer a matching gift program.
Throughout the year CCEOC conducts events and seeks donations of goods and services to be used as auction ideas, giveaways or prize or building materials for “the Park”. For example, gift certificates for restaurants, beverages and snacks for the Duck Derby, prizes, etc. If you would like to discuss an opportunity to support through a Gift-In-Kind donation, please contact the Extension Office.
Last updated October 11, 2017