For Immediate Release
Date: December 17, 2019
Contact: Jack Alotto, MA, CFRE
150 Circle of Giving receives $15,000 matching gift challenge
Rancho Mirage, CA – The 150 Circle of Giving is announcing that it has received a $15,000 matching gift challenge. Now through February 15, 2020 individuals who become members with a gift of at least $150 have the opportunity to double their donations by participating in this special fundraising campaign.
Since the 150 Circle of Giving launched in November it has approximately 40 members. Jack Alotto, an adviser of the 150 Circle of Giving said “this matching gift challenge, if successful, will enable us to increase our membership and increase our initial grant to a Coachella Valley nonprofit. Our advisers are also considering awarding two grants in 2020.”
The 150 Circle of Giving is a membership organization where individuals make a minimum gift of $150 annually to benefit Coachella Valley organizations working to create a better community for all. The 150 Circle of Giving is a fund at the Inland Empire Community Foundation (formerly The Community Foundation).
The 150 Circle of Giving is requesting the public to please consider becoming a member during this matching gift challenge.
The mission of 150 Circle of Giving is 1) to financially support nonprofit organizations working in the Coachella Valley. 2) to create a community of philanthropists who are building relationships with one another and learning about nonprofits working in the Coachella Valley 3) to impact our community and 4) to create a participatory philanthropic giving organization.
For membership information contact Jack Alotto at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website at www.150circleofgiving.com.
The 150 Circle of Giving is a Fund at the Inland Empire Community foundation (formerly The Community Foundation). The Inland Empire Community Foundation is a Section 501 (c) 3 nonprofit. Your gift may qualify as a charitable deduction for federal income tax purposes.