Give Methow campaign raises $304,733 for Methow Valley Nonprofits

The Community Foundation of NCW’s 5th annual Give Methow campaign has raised $304,733 for 36 Methow Valley nonprofits – nearly $30,000 more than last year.

Give Methow is an annual crowdfunding campaign hosted by the Community Foundation during the month of October to build awareness of nonprofit work that benefits the Methow Valley and provide an easy way for anyone to support their work.

“Our goal for Give Methow is to get more people involved in philanthropy” said Beth Stipe, the foundation’s executive director. “We want to build awareness of local nonprofits and give people an easy, rewarding way to support their work – at any level.”

Any 501c3 public charity in the Methow Valley is eligible to participate in Give Methow to raise up to $10,000 for a specific program or general operations. Each organization fosters a unique and meaningful area that improves the quality of life for Methow Valley residents – from the arts to environment, health and housing, to education, recreation, and community services.

An anonymous donor seeded a $20,000 stretch pool to incentivize and bolster fundraising efforts. With over $9,000 in additional gifts to the pool, the total was disbursed among all nonprofits based on the amount they raised, providing many with an extra $1,000.

Another incentive, Funday Monday, resulting in the largest giving days throughout the month. Each time someone gave on a Monday, their name was entered to win $500 or more to give back on Give Methow any way they choose. The largest Funday Monday accepted 425 gifts totaling over $33,000.

What’s more – this year’s Give Methow campaign also produced a spectacular milestone: over $1 Million has been raised since Give Methow began in 2015. The foundation continues to be inspired by the generosity of the people who care about building a healthy, vibrant Methow Valley for all.

2019 GIVE METHOW RESULTS

Aero Methow Rescue Service $11,532.13
American Legion Post 0143 Methow Valley $898.46
Cascadia Music $5,651.38
Classroom in Bloom $11,082.13
Confluence Gallery $8,996.39
Cove Methow Valley Food Bank $11,282.13
Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance- Methow Chapter $6,882.28
Friends of the Twisp Pool $11,059.18
Friends of the Winthrop Library $11,082.13
Jamie’s Place $8,427.65
Little Star School $11,132.13
Loup Loup Ski Education Foundation $11,082.13
Methow Arts $6,976.12
Methow at Home $11,082.13
Methow Beaver Project $6,953.17
Methow Conservancy $11,247.13
Methow Housing Trust $11,182.13
Methow Recycles $11,382.13
Methow Trails $11,757.13
Methow Trails Collaborative $3,441.14
Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival $2,190.25
Methow Valley Citizens Council $11,132.13
Methow Valley Community Center $8,605.35
Methow Valley Education Foundation $11,957.13
Methow Valley Interpretive Center $6,727.53
Methow Valley Nordic Ski Educational Foundation $9,953.03
Methow Valley Riding Unlimited $2,990.76
Methow Watershed Foundation $4,555.24
Northwest Outward Bound School $6,615.74
Public School Funding Alliance $11,082.13
Room One $11,182.13
Shafer Historical Museum $4,892.67
The Merc Playhouse $6,372.15
Twisp Valley Grange $4,395.49
TwispWorks $9,222.27
Winthrop Rink $9,770.34

 

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