The Slifer Smith and Frampton Foundation's 5th Annual Match Madness Campaign raised $___ for 16 Summit County non-profits in just 2 days!
In the record time of just 2 days, the SSF Foundation's September Match Madness Campaign is complete. Starting on September 10th, $25,000 in donations made by generous community members were matched by the Slifer Smith & Frampton Foundation. Because of a last minute generous donation, we were able to raise the matching funds to $30,000! In total, the 5th Annual Match Madness Campaign raised over $___ for 16 Summit County non-profits.
We want to thank the donors who supported September Match Madness, and the brokers and staff of Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate who raised the $25,000 in matching funds. And most of all, we're thankful for the local non-profits in Summit County who make our community the very best place to call 'home'.
It is still a great time to donate to your favorite local non-profit through the SSF Foundation, but donations will no longer be matched. If you made a donation during Match Madness, please look out for a thank you and tax receipt in your e-mail. Non-profits receiving funds will receive a breakdown of all donations made.
Organizations benefiting from September Match Madness include: Summit Advocates, Building Hope, CASA, Domus Pacis Family Respite, The Cycle Effect, Education Foundation of the Summit, Father Dyer Food Pantry, FIRC, High Country Conservation Center - Grow to Share Program, Keystone Science School, Mountain Top Children's Museum, Smart Bellies, SOS Outreach, Summit Community Care Clinic, Summit Foundation - Summit Community Cares Fund, and Summit Seniors.
Thank you again for all of the generous support that made September Match Madness an overwhelming success!