If you’ve ever given thought to making a donation to the Eagle Rock School Alumni Association but weren’t sure if that donation would actually make a difference, we now offer an opportunity to you to do so and triple the value of your contribution.
How is that possible, you ask? It’s all due to the remarkable generosity of Dick and Carol Herb, the former who was our long-time director of operations before retiring about five years ago. What this remarkable couple has done is establish a challenge grant that is now in place through July 31 for the funding of the school’s Alumni Association. It’s a cut-and-dry formula:
- For every dollar you donate, Dick and Carol will contribute two more dollars, up to a maximum of $5,000.
So let’s say, for example, we scramble up $2,500 in contributions by the July 31 deadline. That means Dick and Carol will add another $5,000 to the pot.
Stands to reason that if all Eagle Rock alumni were to donate $25, $50 or $100, we would surpass our goal. And by Eagle Rock alumni, we include graduates, former interns and Fellows, former students, former staff members, ERS parents and sponsors, guests of the Professional Development Center and other friends.
We’re going to take a brief moment here to ask you to reflect back on the impact Eagle Rock has had on your life, and give accordingly. Remember, every tax-deductible dollar you donate will triple in value, thanks to Dick and Carol.
Please write a check today, and make it out to Eagle Rock School Alumni Association. Send it to:
Eagle Rock School
Attn: Alumni Association
2750 Notaiah Road
Estes Park, Colorado 80517
You can also donate through our secure online donation form by following these five simple steps:
- Visit www.eaglerockschool.org
- Click “Our School” in the main navigation bar at the top of the Home page
- Click “Alumni and Friends” in the right hand column
- Next, click “Alumni Association” in the right hand column
- Finally, click “Donate with your credit card here” to make your donation online
The 25th anniversary of Eagle Rock is just a few years away, and the newly formed Alumni Association will play a key role in planning celebratory events associated with momentous occasion. Your cash and ideas are needed. Act today with money, start thinking of ideas, and make plans to be there in 2018.
Dig deep and dig often, because an opportunity like this doesn’t come around every semester.