ELKHART — The RV/MH Hall of Fame today launched its new Count Me In fundraising challenge to retire all debt owned by the museum and conference center.
The goal is to raise $1 million, and the group has already secured $695,000 in funding, the release explained.
“This challenge fund was established for the sole purpose of creating a debt free RV/MH Hall of Fame complex. The Hall is a first class facility dedicated to the history, the present and the future of the manufactured home and RV industries,” said Darryl Searer, president.
“The board of directors has passed a provision that once this fund is successful in extinguishing existing loans, the Hall will not incur debt on the facility in the future. This will assure the long term viability and success of the Hall of Fame and Museum,” he added.
Donations can be pledged over the next five years, and the foundation has established six benefactor levels:
- Benefactors contributing $25,001 or more
- Platinum for those giving $10,001 to $25,000
- Gold for gifts ranging from $5,001 to $10,000
- Silver for donations of $1,001 to $5,000
- Bronze for giving between $501 and $1,000
- Friends for all donations under $500
To participate in the Kevin Clayton Debt Elimination Challenge, click here.
SOURCE: RV/MH Hall of Fame press release