OUR PATRONS

Tier 1 Level Patrons ($3.33/month)

Ryan Carter (since June of 2020)

 

One Time Donations via Patreon:

April 1, 2022,  Henry and Janet Mowers:  $33.

 

The McCammon Action Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Would you like to know more about becoming a Patron?

click here: [McCammon Action Council Patreon Page]

Take me to the McCammon Action Council Patreon Page

 

 

ONE TIME DONATIONS

Ivan Bullock, whose family has deep roots in McCammon, recently donated $500 to our non-profit community organization MAC | McCammon Action Council. With his donation, he included a beautiful letter wherein he paid tribute to family and friends who have passed:[ TRIBUTE ]

 

 

GRATITUDE GARDEN

Donations made directly to the Children’s Learning Garden Project.

MAY 2022

$500 – Michelle Marley donated in the name of:

Betty Jane and Bert W. Marley,

Michelle and Bert E. Marley,

Margo and David Marley,

Carol and Bert A (Andy) Marley,

Joseph K. Marley

 

APRIL 2022

$100 – Paula Rowe in memory of her mother, MarLeen Keller

$100 – Sherman Vaughn

$100 – Tori Bowen

 

 

 

 

On behalf of the other MAC board members and as the project initiator and chair of the Children’s Learning Garden, I want to convey our sincere gratitude for your generous donations and show of support for the garden project as well as for MAC’s efforts in the community in general.  Thank you!

I have been so touched by the show of support for the Children’s Learning Garden.  As many know, it was due to my mom becoming ill and passing that I began researching and making connections that evolved to me initiating the garden project…the primary mission:  bringing awareness to toxins in our environment and food system and educating the children about soil health and growing clean, nutrient-dense food and the direct link (of all of this) to their own health and wellbeing.

Thank you to all who have donated your time, labor, and dollars to the project and to all of you who plan to be involved as the garden grows.   Sending love and appreciation to all of you!  ~LeAnn Brown

your business or family name here

Tier 2 Level Patrons ($9.99/month)

Aaron Hunsaker (since June of 2020)

Gretchen Myler (since July of 2020)

Tier 1 Level Patrons ($3.33/month)

Ryan Carter (since June of 2020)

 

One Time Donations via Patreon:

April 1, 2022,  Henry and Janet Mowers:  $33.

 

The McCammon Action Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Would you like to know more about becoming a Patron?

click here: [McCammon Action Council Patreon Page]

Take me to the McCammon Action Council Patreon Page

 

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ONE TIME DONATIONS

Ivan Bullock, whose family has deep roots in McCammon, recently donated $500 to our non-profit community organization MAC | McCammon Action Council. With his donation, he included a beautiful letter wherein he paid tribute to family and friends who have passed:[ TRIBUTE ]

 

 

GRATITUDE GARDEN

Donations made directly to the Children’s Learning Garden Project.

MAY 2022

$500 – Michelle Marley donated in the name of:

Betty Jane and Bert W. Marley,

Michelle and Bert E. Marley,

Margo and David Marley,

Carol and Bert A (Andy) Marley,

Joseph K. Marley

 

APRIL 2022

$100 – Paula Rowe in memory of her mother, MarLeen Keller

$100 – Sherman Vaughn

$100 – Tori Bowen

 

 

 

 

On behalf of the other MAC board members and as the project initiator and chair of the Children’s Learning Garden, I want to convey our sincere gratitude for your generous donations and show of support for the garden project as well as for MAC’s efforts in the community in general.  Thank you!

I have been so touched by the show of support for the Children’s Learning Garden.  As many know, it was due to my mom becoming ill and passing that I began researching and making connections that evolved to me initiating the garden project…the primary mission:  bringing awareness to toxins in our environment and food system and educating the children about soil health and growing clean, nutrient-dense food and the direct link (of all of this) to their own health and wellbeing.

Thank you to all who have donated your time, labor, and dollars to the project and to all of you who plan to be involved as the garden grows.   Sending love and appreciation to all of you!  ~LeAnn Brown

your business or family name here

Tier 2 Level Patrons ($9.99/month)

Aaron Hunsaker (since June of 2020)

Gretchen Myler (since July of 2020)

Tier 1 Level Patrons ($3.33/month)

Ryan Carter (since June of 2020)

 

One Time Donations via Patreon:

April 1, 2022,  Henry and Janet Mowers:  $33.

 

The McCammon Action Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Would you like to know more about becoming a Patron?

click here: [McCammon Action Council Patreon Page]

Take me to the McCammon Action Council Patreon Page

 

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ONE TIME DONATIONS

Ivan Bullock, whose family has deep roots in McCammon, recently donated $500 to our non-profit community organization MAC | McCammon Action Council. With his donation, he included a beautiful letter wherein he paid tribute to family and friends who have passed:[ TRIBUTE ]

 

 

GRATITUDE GARDEN

Donations made directly to the Children’s Learning Garden Project.

MAY 2022

$500 – Michelle Marley donated in the name of:

Betty Jane and Bert W. Marley,

Michelle and Bert E. Marley,

Margo and David Marley,

Carol and Bert A (Andy) Marley,

Joseph K. Marley

 

APRIL 2022

$100 – Paula Rowe in memory of her mother, MarLeen Keller

$100 – Sherman Vaughn

$100 – Tori Bowen

 

 

 

 

On behalf of the other MAC board members and as the project initiator and chair of the Children’s Learning Garden, I want to convey our sincere gratitude for your generous donations and show of support for the garden project as well as for MAC’s efforts in the community in general.  Thank you!

I have been so touched by the show of support for the Children’s Learning Garden.  As many know, it was due to my mom becoming ill and passing that I began researching and making connections that evolved to me initiating the garden project…the primary mission:  bringing awareness to toxins in our environment and food system and educating the children about soil health and growing clean, nutrient-dense food and the direct link (of all of this) to their own health and wellbeing.

Thank you to all who have donated your time, labor, and dollars to the project and to all of you who plan to be involved as the garden grows.   Sending love and appreciation to all of you!  ~LeAnn Brown

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Thank you so much for your monthly support via Patreon :

Tier 3 Level Patrons ($33.33/month)

your business or family name here

Tier 2 Level Patrons ($9.99/month)

Aaron Hunsaker (since June of 2020)

Gretchen Myler (since July of 2020)

Tier 1 Level Patrons ($3.33/month)

Ryan Carter (since June of 2020)

 

One Time Donations via Patreon:

April 1, 2022,  Henry and Janet Mowers:  $33.

 

The McCammon Action Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Would you like to know more about becoming a Patron?

click here: [McCammon Action Council Patreon Page]

Take me to the McCammon Action Council Patreon Page

 

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ONE TIME DONATIONS

Ivan Bullock, whose family has deep roots in McCammon, recently donated $500 to our non-profit community organization MAC | McCammon Action Council. With his donation, he included a beautiful letter wherein he paid tribute to family and friends who have passed:[ TRIBUTE ]

 

 

GRATITUDE GARDEN

Donations made directly to the Children’s Learning Garden Project.

MAY 2022

$500 – Michelle Marley donated in the name of:

Betty Jane and Bert W. Marley,

Michelle and Bert E. Marley,

Margo and David Marley,

Carol and Bert A (Andy) Marley,

Joseph K. Marley

 

APRIL 2022

$100 – Paula Rowe in memory of her mother, MarLeen Keller

$100 – Sherman Vaughn

$100 – Tori Bowen

 

 

 

 

On behalf of the other MAC board members and as the project initiator and chair of the Children’s Learning Garden, I want to convey our sincere gratitude for your generous donations and show of support for the garden project as well as for MAC’s efforts in the community in general.  Thank you!

I have been so touched by the show of support for the Children’s Learning Garden.  As many know, it was due to my mom becoming ill and passing that I began researching and making connections that evolved to me initiating the garden project…the primary mission:  bringing awareness to toxins in our environment and food system and educating the children about soil health and growing clean, nutrient-dense food and the direct link (of all of this) to their own health and wellbeing.

Thank you to all who have donated your time, labor, and dollars to the project and to all of you who plan to be involved as the garden grows.   Sending love and appreciation to all of you!  ~LeAnn Brown