Rawhide Boys Ranch joined us on Wisconsin Tonight to talk about their Plentiful Project campaign.
According to Ranch leaders, end-of-year giving is vitally important to non-profit organizations, including Rawhide Boys Ranch. They say they would like to bring the boys on the ranch a few of the creature comforts we all come to expect and enjoy each holiday. Your donation to Rawhide is guaranteed to impact a change in the lives of Wisconsin youth with 83% of donated funds directly benefiting at-risk and troubled youth.
Here are ways your donations could help:
$25 – 1 week of meals for an at-risk or troubled youth
$40 – Supplies 34 healthy meals to one Rawhide student
$75 – A full week of healthy meals and two changes of clothes for one Rawhide student
$125 – Enables one Rawhide student in the About Face program to provide 10 hours of community service
$250 – Ensures one Rawhide student will receive the necessary onsite counseling needed to aid their life changes
$1000 – Will assist one youth in attending Summer Adventure Camp, our week-long summer camp opportunity
$10000 – Provides a Rawhide student several months of services within Rawhide, including: all meals, clothing, counseling, work experience training, and giving back through community service
There are tokens of gratitude for certain contributions made to The Plentiful Project. According to ranch leaders, your contribution qualifies as a tax deduction and we will give thanks to you for your continued support and generosity through one of many heart-felt tokens of our appreciation.
$40 provides you a box of Rawhide’s famous cookies
$75 donations receive Bart Starr’s book: My Life in Football
$125 contributions receive two passes to our legendary fish fry
$250 invites you to a personalized tour and lunch at Rawhide
$1000 donors receive personalized tours of Rawhide, fish fry passes, and a hand-crafted piece from our woodshop
$10,000 contributors receive a mahogany wooden replica football from Rawhide and Bart and Cherry Starr, engraved in your honor
Click here for more information about the Plentiful Project and Rawhide Boys Ranch.