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Membership benefits

  • Subject: [cg] Membership benefits
  • From: "donnette" <donnette@gateway.net>
  • Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2001 20:17:09 -0700

Seattle has a wonderful city-funded community gardening program, P-Patch which is supported by a non-profit organization, The Friends of P-Patch (FPP).  FPP invites participants in the P-Patch Program to join and support community gardening through voluntary contributions which are then used to provide services to the gardeners.   Currently about 2/5 of the program participants are also members/contributors to FPP.   FPP is trying to increase its membership and enhance membership benefits.
If you know of any non-profit community gardening support organizations which have a membership for fee or donation and which provide member benefits, plz let me know.  I am especially interested in benefits provided, how you attract new members, how you communicate with members, how you involve them, etc.  Also looking for creative fundraising ideas....
Thanks for your time.
Barbara Donnette
Friends of P-Patch
Membership Committee Co-Chair

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