Friends of Ceta Canyon
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The success behind Ceta Canyon’s rich heritage can be attributed to a strong network of loyal supporters. Through the ages, these wonderful people have given back to Ceta Canyon in so many ways. They have given financially through monthly gifts, long-term planned giving, and estate giving. They have contributed their talents through in-kind gifts. And, they have volunteered their time to work on campus beautification projects, to chaperone for youth camp, and to spread the word about Ceta Canyon at their local churches.
Ceta Canyon proudly introduced Friends of Ceta Canyon to help maximize the generous efforts of these patrons.
Friends of Ceta Canyon provides a structure that will strengthen the grass-roots efforts that make Ceta Canyon a special place. This organized group has many opportunities to advance Ceta Canyon’s mission. Beyond their continued financial support, they become a liaison to their local church. They spread the word about retreats - coordinate the placement of quarterly updates in the bulletin - disseminate information and encourage young people to attend camp. These people have long been our rock. Now, through the formation of the Friends of Ceta Canyon, we are able to better support and recognize their tireless efforts.
To join Friends of Ceta Canyon, e-mail us at email@example.com today.
“My husband and I wanted to do something for Ceta Canyon for a long time. Our family has benefited in so many ways over the years. Our children, grandchildren and many of their friends shared the camp experience and came away the better for it. Our gifts and donations to you are just a small portion compared to all of the benefits we have reaped. It is a privilege for us to be able to give back to you. We sincerely hope that the improvements we were able to assist with will continue to be as much of a blessing to future generations as it has been for us”. Virginia L. Sumner