Camp Merrie-Woode alumnae, parents, grandparents, staff, and friends join in making tax-deductible gifts to the Annual Fund every year. These gifts provide the necessary resources to support camperships, outstanding programming, and maintain our historic buildings and grounds. The Annual Fund touches the lives of campers and counselors every summer.
Gifts of all sizes are important. To recognize donors who give at these generous levels, Camp Merrie-Woode established the following gift categories. Every contribution will be acknowledged in the Annual Fund Report published each spring in the camp newsletter. Every gift counts. Make yours count today!
CMW Annual Fund Giving Levels
The Gleam $2,500 and above
Excalibur $1,000 to $2,499
Roundtable $500 to $999
Knight $250 to $499
Squire $100 to $249
Yeoman $50 to $99
Page Up to $49
*GoPro action shots filmed by campers and counselors in the 2016 summer.
Ways to Give
When giving to Camp Merrie-Woode, please consider the following options:
Gift of Cash
Make check payable to Camp Merrie-Woode and mail it to the Camp Merrie-Woode Annual Fund: 100 Merrie-Woode Road, Sapphire, NC 28774
Gift by Credit Card
Giving on-line is simple, fast, and secure. Complete your Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover gift on-line!
Many employers encourage charitable contributions by matching their employees’ gifts. See if your company offers a program.
For questions regarding the Annual Fund, please contact Robin Walker at email@example.com.
Stocks and Securities
For information about contributions and gifts of appreciated securities, please contact Denice Dunn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“One does not have to be a philosophy professor to know that we live in a time of intellectual and moral confusion – a time in which everything hitherto and revered has been brought into question. Old landmarks have disappeared, fewer things command our loyalty…In my lifetime, I have known no other institution, except the church, that has had a more positive influence on so many young lives…here was something precious, something rare, and something to be cherished and protected.” –Hugh Caldwell