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Support Rock Point

Thank you for your interest in supporting Rock Point Commons.  It takes a village to maintain and sustain this 130 acre sanctuary on the shores of Lake Champlain, and we appreciate your desire to be a part of that work.

Ways to Give...

DONATE TO THE ANNUAL APPEAL

Rock Point  Commons is the overarching name for the land and all of the organizations that operate here.  A donation to the Annual Appeal allows us to continue to build a strong financial base for all of our programs.  Your donation might be used to maintain our trails, upgrade our conference center, or support our summer camp.  We also use our general fund to offset the costs of conference center rentals for nonprofits and community organizations who otherwise might not be able to afford to come here.  Through our donation portal, you can also select the "monthly" option to make an ongoing commitment to Rock Point, spread over time.

Click here to learn more about the Annual Appeal.

MAKE A BEQUEST 

If Rock Point holds a special place in your heart, we humbly suggest that you consider naming us in your will or estate documents.  Making a bequest to Rock Point of any size helps to ensure that your legacy is connected to our legacy.  If you would like to make a larger bequest to be connected to a long-term endowment or dedicated function at Rock Point, please contact Kelly Kimball, our Executive Director, to discuss.

VOLUNTEER

Whether you want to help maintain trails, do a one-time project or regular upkeep at the conference center, or donate your professional skills to our organization, we would love to have you make a donation of your time and talents to Rock Point Commons.  Read more about volunteer opportunities here

DONATE GOODS

Occasionally, Rock Point needs an item for our conference center, property, or educational programs that isn't in our budget.  If you can help by donating a like-new item or securing a donation from a local company, we would love to hear from you.

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