We are $2,347 away from hitting the match requirement that will bring in an additional $50,000.
In late November we wrote to you reporting we had $23,000 to raise. So many people responded and together we've closed that gap to $2,347. If you've contributed already, thank you! If you've been meaning to contribute, now's the moment!
You Have Our Trust Fund of the NH Charitable Foundation has offered us a challenge grant where they will donate $50,000 to CLSRT if we can raise $50,000 by December 31, 2019.
Be a part of this amazing community effort. Your gift to the trail in any amount makes such a difference. And the feeling you'll have knowing you made this trail happen is incredible.
Any amount you donate between now and December 31st will count as match money in this challenge.
Our donation site has plenty of options to allow you to donate in the way that works best for you. If your company will match your donation, we are registered with several matching funds organizations. We also accept stocks or other investments and estate planning options.
CLSRT is a 501c3 with gold standing on Guidestar. Our goal is to turn nearly every dollar we get today into trail you can walk or ride on within a year.
In just this past year, the friends of CLSRT leveraged the funds we received to complete the Tilly Wheeler trail extension and Robert Saturley bridge over lake Todd, create scenic viewing spots with train wheel benches, resurface and extend 2 miles of Rail Trail connecting Warner to Hopkinton, install 4 trail gates and 330 feet of privacy fence, clear 2.5 miles of trail in Concord for winter use, and double the number of bike fixit stations in the state of NH by installing 5 stations with specialized tools for your use along the trail.
Please join our challenge today
Donate to Friends of the Concord Lake Sunapee Rail Trail and spread the word to others who can help.
Together we will connect our communities with a safe and beautiful linear park.
Thank you in advance for your generosity. See you on the trail!
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