Big Day of Giving 2017

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May 4, 2017
24 Hours to GIVE!

Help us protect the farms that feed your family! We are losing 50,000 acres of farmland every year in the Central Valley – we must act now. Our goal is to raise $20,000 dollars on this one special day of giving.

Starting at midnight (12AM) on May 4 the Sacramento region will come together for one BIG Day of Giving – a 24-hour giving challenge that funnels as much generosity as we can muster in the place we call home. Last year we blew our goal out of the water, this year we have raised the bar and are aiming to raise $20,000!

With your support, Central Valley Farmland Trust can continue to work to stop the loss of family farms throughout the Central Valley – these are the farms that feed your family.Logo-Date-1tealorange

To make being generous on this day as simple as possible – Like Us on Facebook or Follow Us on Twitter. You can also bookmark our website, www.valleyfarmland.org and we will share links to donate quickly, safely and securely the day of the event.

As you consider your gift to farmland, remember that $.92 of every dollar donated to CVFT goes directly to land conservation and we are excited to announce: we can turn your $50 gift into $200 by leveraging it with other dedicated funds.

The time is now, join us in protecting the farms that feed our families.


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Hosted by LangeTwins Winery, Sunday, June 11, 2017

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For all of our members and friends who give $300 or more on May 4 during our BIG Day of Giving, you will be invited to a special event just for you at LangeTwins Winery. This luncheon event is our way of showing our appreciation for supporting the protection of local, California family farms.
Come enjoy award wining wine and a delicious meal with us – lets celebrate!

For five generations, LangeTwins has proudly practiced the art of sustainable winegrowing. Unlike other farming practices, sustainable winegrowing is all encompassing in its approach, concerning not only the health of the vineyard but also its surrounding natural environment.

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