Boone County Big Give

Posted on: November 18th, 2014 by

Boone County Big Give
www.BCBigGive.org • Friday, November 30, 2018

The Boone County Big Give is an awareness campaign geared toward educating people about charitable organizations in Boone County.  Donate to any of the participating organizations by stopping by any Giving Station, which will be set up at all bank locations throughout Boone County, giving online or at the organization(s) of your choice. 100% of all gifts go directly to the designated organizations. Your gift will help the organization you donate to receive matching funds, made possible by Cornerstone Bank, Pillen Family Farms, Scot Daniels St. Farm Ins., Valero Renewables, Boone County Bank, Green Line Equip., Grosch Irr., John Kennedy , Stock Realty/Rex Mahoney and Applied Connective.

Plus, special events hosted by the participating organizations are scheduled. Please visit www.BCBigGive.org for a full schedule.

The Boone County Historical Society is seeking $5,600 for a museum security system. This system will feature five cameras and allow us to better ensure both the safety of our collection and the safety of our visitors.  To donate please click here and follow the instructions on the Big Give website.

Please support the Boone County Historical Society and other worthy charitable groups from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. on November 30th!

In 2017 our organization raised funds for a new storage shed.  A location has been selected and we are currently reviewing bids for this new building.

In 2016 our organization raised funds to reshingle the Gladdem farmhouse and the Mobile filling station building and to paint the filling station and the country school house.  The reshingling was completed in July of 2017 and the painting was completed in the Spring of 2018.

In 2015 our organization raised funds for adding heating and air conditioning to our main museum building.  This work was completed in 2017.

In 2014 our organization raised funds for the restoration of our buggy.  Unfortunately, the restorer we had planed to use has retired.  We have since found a new restorer and this project was completed during in the Spring of 2018.