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'in kind' donations & CA visits

  • Subject: [cg] 'in kind' donations & CA visits
  • From: SoleilPaz@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2002 11:11:25 EST

Hi All,

       Stoopid qwestion. But here goes: When soliciting for donations of time, materials or labor, do you have a specific approach, with a letter, or a something? How do you thank your donors? Follow up letter for tax purposes? I am not shy about the literal asking, just wondering if there's a formula anyone uses that is good bookkeeping and good community relations.

       My project is to get some pizzas or something dinnerlike donated for our 4 meetings in April. (Amongst the growing list of other stuff we need/want.) Then we dive in.

Also, I am looking for Northern CA CG's we can visit to eyeball operations, design, etc as we get to out nitty gritty planning sessions. Anyone wanna meet? Perhaps we need a CA CG organization??   --Soleil Tranquilli

The Elk Grove Community Garden

Soleil Tranquilli 685-8010

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