It’s time to Make A Splash for the future of our watershed!
The Watershed Foundation is proud to celebrate 25 years of taking meaningful action to improve the health of our lakes and streams. As part of this celebration, with the support of a matching grant from the Kosciusko County Community Foundation, we are excited to kick off our Make A Splash Giving Campaign in the Warsaw and Winona Lake communities.
We want to raise dollars through this campaign to specifically support TWF’s organizational sustainability and long-term funding. To do this, we are reaching out to new donors in the newly expanded watershed (see map below).
“The goal of our Make A Splash Giving Campaign is to raise $25,000 from new donors located in TWF’s newly-expanded watershed area in the Warsaw and Winona Lake communities,” said Lyn Crighton, executive director of The Watershed Foundation.
“We are focusing on NEW donors – primarily residents, businesses and organizations in our newly expanded watershed area that includes the City of Warsaw, as well as Chapman, Center, Pike, and Winona Lakes and the adjacent community,” added Crighton.
Each new gift to The Watershed Foundation will be doubled thanks to the matching grant from the Kosciusko County Community Foundation. To qualify for this match, donors must live in the Warsaw and Winona Lake areas (within the Walnut Creek Watershed). Donations may be a one time gift or a monthly donation.
Help us ‘Make A Splash’ — click here to donate!