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Gifts for Good is a Pipestone donation matching program for the non-profit international charities we support. This is a great opportunity to change someone’s life across the globe by making a donation.
Below, you can see the various non-profit organizations and projects that we are supporting for the year 2021.
Stay tuned in the next couple of weeks for videos to learn more about each project.
For every dollar you donate through December 9th, PIPESTONE will match up to $25,000 for each charity! Donate by using one of the three easy ways below:
1) Write a check payable to Pipestone Holdings and include the charity of choice in the memo. You can give your check to the designated person below at your location:
Pipestone, MN – Alicia Mogler
Independence, IA – Bailey Dudley
Orange City, IA – Brandie Van’t Hul
Ottumwa, IA – Ashlynn Groom
Sycamore, IL – Dawn Felix
Rensselaer, IN- Kristen Whaley
2) Submit a payroll deduction by filling out our Charitable Giving Form. Send to Alicia Mogler at Alicia.Mogler@pipestone.com
3) Donate through PayPal – Please note that PayPal will take out a percentage for their fee, so we encourage you utilize methods #1 or #2 if possible.
Tapestries of Life
Where: Guadalupe, Mexico
Mercy Ministry Days: Handing out nutrient filled food to more than 300 families with enough food for a week.
Project cost: $18,000
Elevator for House of Gems Orphanage: Purchase and installment of an elevator for the children’s dorm to allow for handicap girls to get to their floor and living quarters.
Project cost: $20,000
Adams Thermal Foundation
Where: Ethiopia, Africa
Kitchen/Dining Hall Upgrade: A new dining hall would also serve as a large group meeting area and communal space for other activities. This would also include a kitchen upgrade that will be able to provide the classes with a small breakfast and lunch to help the students that are lacking nutrition. Project cost: $25,000
Self-Help Chicken/Egg Training Facility: To help generate income and learn business skills, the self-help group members would receive on-the-job training while employed in the chicken and egg production facility. The egg will sold to the schools as a protein source in the meal program as well as the open market. Project partial fund: $25,000
India Evangelical Team
Where: New Delhi, India
Adult Literacy: Many of the children and adults are illiterate and with that comes challenges in their everyday life. The 10 new literacy structures will be used to enable the villagers to gather for literacy classes and worship.
Project cost: $25,000
Clean Water Initiative: Dig clean drinking water wells in the villages to help lower risk of disease transmission and reduce the burden on women and girls. Most villagers use pond or streams to wash, bath, and also use for cooking and drinking purposes.
Project cost: $15,000
New Roots Haiti
Brooder House: An upgraded brooder house will be able to hold around 3,000 chicks and incorporate better design elements.
Project Cost: $15,000
Community Center: A 3 acre space and building that will designated to engage students in after school programs. The goal is to raise up leaders who will continue to better their communities.
Project Partial Fund: $10,000
Children of the Promise
Nutrition Program: Provide a breakfast and lunch for a school year at the Lagossette Christian School. For some students, these meals are a bulk of what they will eat each day.
Project cost: $25,000