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Dear May Family and Friends,
On behalf of the Denver Police Orphan’s Fund Board of Directors, I would like to thank you for including us in your fundraiser and for your generous donation.
Ours is a very personal group to every officer of this Department. These are the children of men and women who shared their lives with us as comrades, but who accepted their deaths alone. We try to express, by remembrance, a living eulogy of these officers who while they lived, dedicated their lives to the principles of justice.
I want to express my deepest gratitude and the profound thanks of the entire Denver Police Department for your contribution. We truly value the support of our friends, not only for your donation, but even more for the confidence in our Fund’s objectives expressed by your kind and sincere gift.
-Rhonda Jones, President Denver Police Orphans’ Fund
October 31, 2007
On behalf of the Association of Volunteers for The Children’s Hospital, our patients and their families, I want to thank you for your very generous donation of all the wonderful pumpkins for Halloween. It was a pleasure to meet you and all the helpers on the day of delivery and to share the enjoyment.
As you probably know, it is never fun to be in the hospital, especially for children, and we are always looking for ways to keep a smile on a child’s face. Gifts, such as yours, certainly help us achieve our goals.
Once again, thank you for thinking of Children’s Hospital for your donation.
Sue Dagg, Program Assistant – Association of Volunteers – Patient Representatives
January 26, 2010
On behalf of Feed Denver; Urban Farms & Markets, I thank you for your generous in-kind donation of the 3-Point Grader. What a treat! You will be receiving a separate formal thank you from our mother-organization, the Colorado Nonprofit Development Center, to use for tax purposes.
As you know, Feed Denver is in the forefront of the exciting urban agricultural movement here in Denver, and we are dedicated to empowering poeple to feed and sustain themselves by creating local access to food, training, and economic opportunity. Your generous donation will help make our vision a reality by helping build our Regional Training Center and Model Farm at The Urban Farm at Stapleton.
As we continue to grow as a community-based non-profit organiztion, generous donations such as yours are vital to our success. We hope you will continue to share in our enthusiasm and participation in this exciting movement to bring urban agriculture to Denver.
Thank you again for your generosity.
Lisa Rogers – Founder and Executive Director
October 16, 2009
Dear May Farms,
Thank you for your support of the 2009 Rocky Mountain Regional Raid. This event was not possible without the support of organizations such as May Farms. Your contribution helped make the thirteenth year of the Rocky Mountain Regional Raid a success.
The Rocky Mountain Regional Raid continues to be a popular event that we plan on hosting again next year. The Sand Creek Raiders feel it is a rewarding experience to host this event for the Cowboy Action Shooting community. Not only does it create an occasion to socialize with the SASS family, but it is a wonderful opportunity to attract new shooters. We hope to see you again next year!
Colorado Sunset / aka Donna Hall – Sand Creek Raiders
November 9, 2009
Dear May Farms,
Thank you for your contribution to The Joshua School. Your support of children with autism and special needs is greatly appreciated.
The Students and Staff of The Joshua School