Jackson Falls – A Challenge Gift
The Land Conservancy and Friends of Jackson Falls have received a challenge gift of $20,000 from the Gallogly Family Foundation to help save Jackson Falls. In order for these funds to be used towards creating the Jackson Falls Preserve, the community must step up to match it, dollar for dollar. But there’s a twist: a single donor must match the entire $20,000 challenge gift!
That donor will have one of five benches to be placed at the preserve named in their honor. As a special bonus, those five benches will be hand-crafted by Roycroft Renaissance Master Artisan, Thomas Pafk, who is also a neighbor to the Jackson Falls property. If you or someone you know can help meet this challenge, please contact the Land Conservancy today!
In the news – Jackson Falls has been featured in the news lately!
In case you missed it, here are a few links:
- Artvoice: Challenge Gift for Jackson Falls Preserve Requires a Single Donor to Match with $20,000 Donation
- Buffalo News: Conservation group seeks to preserve land significant to Roycroft history
- Buffalo News: Droughted out? Watch a waterfall you could name after yourself
- Buffalo News: Land Conservancy is on a laudable mission to save a forest with links to RoycroftersFAQ Categories
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