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Be an AMAZING Donor to the Alamo Tree Lighting!

Dear Alamo Community Supporter,

Once again the holiday season is quickly approaching.  The Community Foundation of Alamo is beginning to plan and implement the many details of the Alamo Tree Lighting Festival.  We need your financial support this year.   I would like to remind you that The Community Foundation of Alamo is STILL a IRS 501c3 non-profit organization so any donations made maybe tax deductible.

We have a group of nearly 20 volunteers organizing the event this year, and we need your support to continue this community wide celebration.  Programs like this make Alamo a great place to live and work. 

As in the past we have counted on generous donations to help with the infrastructure of the event.  In order to make the festival happen, funds are needed to pay for road closure equipment, stage rental, park lighting, a great sound system, printing, publicity and other costs related to this event, so that school children from the community can show off their talents by singing Christmas carols to the attendees.

Can we count on your financial support this year at one of the following levels?

Diamond Sponsor        $2,000+

Platinum Sponsor        $1,500

Gold Wreath Sponsor   $1,000

Silver Bell Sponsor       $    500

Community Sponsor     $    250

All donations are deposited into the Alamo Tree Lighting Account and used exclusively to support this wonderful community event!

Sponsors will be recognized in the Alamo Today newspaper, and donations received before 11/15/16 will be listed on a banner in the Andrew H. Young Park for the month after the Festival.


Sharon Schuyler, Fund Raising Chairman

See attached file and download the form to become a VALUED COMMUNITY DONOR!

2017 CFA tree lighting letter. (2)





The new Community  Foundation of Alamo is the successor to the Alamo Chamber of Commerce Foundation (ACCF). The ACCF was established as a 501(c) (3) Non-Profit Public Charity in 2009 for the purpose of providing fundraising support for the activities of the Alamo Chamber of Commerce. With the consolidation of the Alamo and Danville Area Chambers of Commerce effective in December, the desire of the Trustees of the Foundation is to continue to support the community of Alamo through this new Foundation. The mission of the Community Foundation of Alamo (CFA) is to enhance the well-being and quality of life for the people and community of Alamo.