How to Give Through
Old Bill's Fun Run
There are two categories for giving: community donors and Co-Challengers. Community donors make a single designated gift, with varied amounts allocated to specific nonprofits they wish to support. Co-Challengers provide undesignated funding that is used to partially match the designated gifts of community donors, substantially increasing the impact of each participating organization’s fundraising efforts.
Co-Challengers & Donors
What is an Old Bill's Co-Challenger?
Co-Challengers are a special group of individuals and businesses who donate to Old Bill’s match pool. These gifts are not earmarked for specific nonprofits, but are used to match the community’s donations. Led by Mr. and Mrs. Old Bill, who donate $500,000 annually, Co-Challengers give at levels of $25,000, $35,000, $50,000, $75,000, $100,000, $150,000 and $250,000.
Co-Challengers’ generosity inspires increased community giving and is key to Old Bill’s success. Co-Challengers can proudly call themselves community leaders who promote charitable giving and intrinsically value philanthropy. Combined with community-wide efforts, they highlight the tremendous work of local nonprofits and appreciation of that work.
For more information on how to join this extraordinary group, contact Katharine Conover.
What is an Old Bill's Donor?
Donors who select one or more specific nonprofits to benefit from their Old Bill’s gift create the pool of donations from the community. By donating through Old Bill’s Fun Run during the giving season, the impact of each donor’s gift is augmented through the additional funding provided by Co-Challengers in the form of partial matching grants.
When the giving season opens, it is easy to become a donor. Simply select your favorite nonprofits, determine how much you wish to give them, and make one donation to the Community Foundation for the total amount. Gifts of all sizes are appreciated and contribute to a large collective impact.
Thank You, In-Kind Donors!
Old Bill’s relies on the generosity of dozens of local businesses and nonprofits that donate goods and services to the event. The following organizations make the event possible: