Your contributions will go to fund the development and operations of Upcycled Makers Market and to support our mission.
There is an increasing number of reusable items going into the landfill. Upcycled Makers Market diverts reusable items, uses them to fill the need of supplies and materials for artists, makers, and facilitators, while developing opportunities for creative reuse, expression, healing through art, community camaraderie, and environmental stewardship.
We intend to use funds for the following: - Filing fees for non-profit status - Costs related to acquiring location including rent and remodel - Branding and marketing materials for collaboration opportunities with local art and environmental advocacy based organizations - A vehicle and 2 Bicycles for sourcing materials and outreach
The primary activities of the Charitable Project are as follows: operating and maintaining a website, social media, emailed newsletter, and various events. The reason for engaging in these activities is to raise money for the following charitable purpose or purposes: To bring the insights and resources of science to the work and ministry of Christian communities such as churches, study centers, and fellowships.
Wildfire Relief and Recovery Fund - Chico State Enviro Literacy
To provide emergency relief and support to nonprofits supporting communities affected by wildfires and disasters. In raising awareness and providing a helping hand to our North State community, CSU Chico's Environmental Literacy class and associated donors are willing to give back to our community. This special donation page will help us keep track of contributions associated with the class to the Wildfire Relief and Recovery Fund.
The purpose of this fund is to raise money for purchasing, planting, caring for and maintaining trees in the burn scars that result from wildfires in Butte County. This project is to be carried out by the Butte County Resource Conservation District for the benefit of those communities and their residents impacts by loss of trees to wildfires.
This fund serving those in financial need affected by the death of a spouse or child was created in honor of Diane Ruby, who passed away in May, 2020. Diane was known for her overwhelming kindness, tenderheartedness, and generosity. Her servant heart and unwavering faith allowed her to passionately immerse herself in giving to others. To honor her legacy, The Diane Ruby Memorial Hope Fund is committed to providing a means to love, encourage, and serve people in need of a brighter future and a new hope.
The fund purpose is to assist in the establishment of the North Valley Community Land Trust as a nonprofit legal entity within California and as a 501c3 under the Code. A community land trust (CLT) is a nonprofit corporation that holds land on behalf of a community, while serving as the long-term steward for affordable housing, community gardens, civic buildings, commercial spaces and other community assets on behalf of a community.
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Chico Police Department Social Media and Relations Team
The Chico Police Department Social Media and Relations Team (SMART) is dedicated to providing accurate, valuable, and transparent information to the community through our social media platforms in order to educate, notify, and inform them of emergency situations, special events, and the department's daily happenings and activities. This fund will provide for the purchase of equipment and services needed to create public service announcements, informational videos for the public, and other content for social media platforms.
The mission of the Be Forever Strong Team is to develop and support strong individuals in the classroom, so they may be strong in the rest of their lives.
Every person deserves the opportunity to become their best, find their purpose, and learn how to contribute to their society; however, in life, many factors can hinder that reality. At the end of the 2014-2015 school year, grades were higher; students were excited to achieve in areas they did not think were possible, and individuals were wide-eyed at the discovery of what it feels like to help their community. Those personal discoveries were both energizing and contagious. Lives are being transformed and those young lives are positively influencing and attracting their peers. Donating to The Be Forever Strong Team Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to individuals on the team at the end of their senior year to assist in their college endeavors, both rewarding their strong commitments and ensuring that money is not an inhibiting factor in pursuing their goals.