Several generous gifts have brought us near our $1,002,000 campaign target to complete the Heartwood Classrooms and establish a maintenance fund, including a $275,000 matching challenge grant from the Harold Alfond Foundation®, and a grant of $125,000 from the Quimby Family Foundation towards the match challenge.
We need your help to raise the last $150,000 match as a capstone toward transforming CCLC’s 50-acre campus in Trescott into the first fully equipped retreat center in Washington County.
The upcoming 3,345 square-foot facility increases total CCLC building space to 20,000 square-feet, and features a large partitionable conference room, a spacious classroom, lobby and welcome center, office space, ample storage spaces, and two handicapped accessible bathrooms.
We’re incredibly excited to see this long-held dream for Washington County so close to becoming a reality and we need your help to complete the campaign. Every dollar you give will be matched by the Harold Alfond Foundation® up to the $150,000 needed to finish the $275,000 challenge and allow us to complete the CCLC campus with this this final building – the CCLC Classrooms. We invite you to join us in this final push to raise the remaining $150,000 match! Every dollar brings us two dollars closer! Learn more by contacting CCLC’s executive director, Alan Furth: firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-733-2233 or by going to cclc.me/capstone.