Three FF Facilitators

Our Wish List

Golf Cart
Pressure Washer
Roto Tiller
Chain Saw 16-18"
Weed Wackers
Rakes, Shovels, Gardening Tools
Blankets and Pillows
Window Fans
Window Air Conditioners
Padded Folding Chairs
8x12 Flat Bed Trailer

Ways to Support Fellowship Farm

Fellowship Farm 2013 Annual Appeal is Underway 

Download the appeal letter and donation form.

Online Giving
We now accept on-line donations through PayPal®, a secure on-line payment service used by eBay and many other organizations. When you click on any of the links below, you will be transferred to the PayPal® payments web site to complete the transaction. This site uses encryption technology to ensure that all your information will be protected from unauthorized access.

Your gifts support scholarships, enabling us to offer reduced rates to schools and agencies located in low-income communities.

Your gifts support operations, enabling the Farm to be effective in our communications and outreach.

Your gifts support minor renovations, ensuring that our buildings are as up-to-date as we can possibly make them.

United Way, Donor Choice:
You can channel your individual contribution through United Way, using #01173 on the Donor Choice form.

Planned Giving

There are many ways to plan a gift to Fellowship Farm. Your planned gift will ensure that Fellowship Farm will continue to provide educational opportunities and leadership for social change.

Bequests have contributed greatly to the Farm over the last 50 years. A bequest is a provision in your will naming Fellowship Farm, Inc. as recipient of a portion of your estate. A bequest may be for a specific dollar amount, a percentage or fraction of your estate, or it may take the form of a trust. The taxable amount of your estate is reduced by the value of any charitable bequests.

Life Insurance
Donors who have life insurance policies they no longer need may use them as gifts to Fellowship Farm provided they give up ownership in the policy. If the policy is paid up, the donor's charitable contribution is usually the replacement value or cost basis of the policy, whichever is less.

Real Estate
Gifts of appreciated real estate are like gifts of appreciated securities. If the real estate has been owned for more than one year, the donor may deduct as a charitable contribution the full market value and bypass capital gains taxes.

Charitable Remainder Trust/Charitable Gift Annuities
If you are a donor above retirement age, a Charitable Remainder Trust or Charitable Gift Annuity may be an investment that can benefit you during your lifetime, and the Farm, after your death. If you want more information about this program, please e-mail us at

These are just a few of the many options. We invite your inquiries and would be pleased to discuss with you and your advisors how a planned gift can meet your objectives.

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