The Amador County Fair Foundation helps maintain and improve the Amador County Fairgrounds – not only for the annual county fair, but also for the hundreds of community and family activities that take place on the fairgrounds.
And, thanks to the generosity of the Amador Community Foundation, we will once again be receiving matching funds this Giving Tuesday. That means your help goes even further when you give on November 28th!
Ways to Give on Giving Tuesday:
Make a donation online on November 28th at Amador County Fair Foundation - GiveAmador or mail a check dated 11/28/2023. We can't count your check towards the match unless it is dated 11/28/2023. (Make check to Amador Co Fair Foundation and mail to Amador Community Foundation, PO Box 1154, Jackson, CA 95642.)
Drop-Off Giving at the Community Foundation Office! Drop off a Fair Foundation donation on Nov. 28 at the Amador Community Foundation office, 8 am - 4pm, 571 S Hwy 49. Jackson
Drop-Off Giving at the Giving Tuesday Charity Showcase! Drop off a Fair Foundation donation with the Amador Community Foundation at the Giving Tuesday Charity Showcase on the 28th, 4:40 - 6:30, at St. Katharine Drexel Parish in Martell.
$5 - $5000, every dollar matters.
There's never a better time to donate than Giving Tuesday!
The Amador County Fair Foundation was formed to raise funds to maintain and improve the Amador County Fairgrounds – your donations help us continue our work at the fairgrounds, not only for the annual county fair, but also for the hundreds of community and family activities that take place on the fairgrounds.
RENOVATE THE MAIN EXHIBIT HALL!
ACFF has begun renovating the fairground’s largest building -- the Main Exhibit Hall -- so that it can be used for year-round events and to include an indoor theater venue seating an audience of up to 300. This project will include improved drainage in the area, new insulation, HVAC, and improved lighting for the building, and replacing the shade garden structures adjacent to the building.
The Amador County Fair Foundation is a non-profit organization formed to benefit the community and support the structural and educational entities of the Amador County Fair.
Through grants, donations, and volunteers, The Amador Fair Foundation ensures the growth and viability of The 26th District Agricultural Association - The Amador County Fair.
Amador County took a lead in pioneering new ways to generate new funding sources with the establishment of the Amador County Fair Foundation in February 2009, led by community leaders such as Pat Crew, Ray Ryan, Stan Lukowicz, & others.
The Fair Foundation’s mission is to support and benefit the community buildings and educational projects of the Amador County Fair and to ensure the growth and viability of The 26th District Agricultural Association - The Amador County Fair.
The plan started with proceeds generated by Amador Four Fires Festival, augmented by several other new fundraising activities with all proceeds dedicated to urgent improvements.
Your support and contributions will enable us to make real changes. Every little bit counts!
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P.O. Box 1072, Plymouth, CA 95669
Amador County Fair Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation.
Tax ID# 26-3243125
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