About SSAAP

SSAAP Board of Directors

Michael Kempton, Vice President

Heather Cumming, Treasurer

Gail Cumming, Secretary & Acting Stateside Director


SSAAP Board of Directors (Emeritus)

Holly Rabhar

Ed Villano

Heather Cumming, Executive Director and Founder

John R. Cumming, Webmaster

Rebekah Robson-May, Web Designer

 

SSAAP Partners

A.B.C. Food Program of Westerville, OH, USA

Denver Rotary Club: World Service Club (WSC)

Enable Your Healing of Eugene, Oregon, USA

Grace Children’s Foundation (GCF), Sierra Leone, West Africa

Nokero of Denver, CO, USA

We’Moon of Wolf Creek, Oregon, USA

 

Forms Used in the Field
 

IRS Public Records for SSAAP

 

How You Can Help

How to Donate

Checks

Checks may be made out to SSAAP (for "Simwatachela Sustainable Agriculture"), and sent to this address:
Gail Cumming
6913 McClellan Road
Wellington, CO  80549
 
Questions? Please call 1-303-408-5775 and please leave a message. We will return your phone call.

 

Paypal (please note that a percentage of your donation goes to Paypal’s administrative fees)

 

Endowment Bequests

Despite Heather Cumming’s lifelong efforts, there will unfortunately be a need for SSAAP long into the generations of her great grandchildren.

Your ultimate gift, as a bequest in your will, however small or large, naming Simwatachela Sustainable Agricultural and Arts Program (Federal Tax number or EIN: 27-2033029), is a gift that goes beyond global measurement. You can restrict your wishes to a particular SSAAP program or allow your gift to be used for general purposes.

Here are the 4 simplest ways you can include SSAAP in your will:

  • Percentage bequest: “I give, bequeath, and devise (_x__  percent) to Simwatachela Sustainable Agricultural and Arts Program, a qualified 501 (c)(3)Colorado non-profit corporation, to be used for its general purposes.”

  • Specific bequest: “I give, bequeath, and devise (dollar amount or description of asset) to Simwatachela Sustainable Agricultural and Arts Program, a qualified 501 (c)(3)Colorado non-profit corporation, the sum of $__________ to be used for its general purposes.”

  • Contingency bequest: “I give to (name of person) the greater of ($ amount or x% of) the residue of my estate. Should (name of person) predecease me, I direct this sum or percentage to Simwatachela Sustainable Agricultural and Arts Program, a qualified 501(c)(3)Colorado non-profit corporation, to be used for its general purposes.”

  • Residuary bequest: “I give to Simwatachela Sustainable Agricultural and Arts Program, a qualified 501 (c)(3)Colorado non-profit corporation, all (or %) of the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate, both real and personal, for its general purposes.”


In-Kind Donations

In-kind donations are always so appreciated by SSAAP, whether it be your volunteer time of your special gifts, eye wear for Zambia  and/or sunglasses for Sierra Leone, soccer balls for Zambia, non-perishable food packets, toothpaste and toothbrushes,

Volunteering

One of the most significant, sustainable and meaningful donations you can provide for SSAAP is YOU.

All of us have a plethora of talents, and an abundance within our own hearts. Please consider, on the American front, participating on our Board of Directors, working at a SSAAP fund raiser, or assisting us with spreading information about the project through word of mouth to your friends.

On the African front, visiting our headquarters in Zambia, assisting in our thriving programs in Sierra Leone, or offering insights to our emerging programs in Ethiopia will boost participation from the Africans.

Your ideas and physical presence in Africa would mean the world to us.


 

 

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