Ensure the beauty of the Bluegrass endures.
Position your business, company, or farm before a sophisticated and engaged audience and join us by celebrating those who are making a major difference in conserving farmland and making the Bluegrass Region a better community for all to live, work, and visit.
To date, Bluegrass Conservancy has permanently protected over 25,000 acres of local farmland. Your sponsorship will allow us to conserve and steward more land, while providing free educational programs and outreach to the community about land conservation and the value there is for all in protecting our farming heritage and the beauty of our rural landscape.
Annual Farmland Conservation Celebration & Auction
Does Your Business Offer In-Kind Donations of Goods and Services?
Please let us know! Learn more about In-Kind Giving .
Business Charitable Giving
Have You Considered a Charitable Matching Program?
Recognizing the causes that matter to your employees by matching their donations does good in the community and generates powerful results for your business. In addition to the benefit of increasing the overall amount sent to your employees’ favorite charities, it sends a clear message of caring to your people that translates to deeper engagement.
Consider enriching your giving program with features like customizable charitable gift cards or donation currency deposited into employee Giving Accounts.
Have questions or want to talk in person?
Contact Laura Miller, (859) 255-4552, regarding event sponsorships, workplace giving programs, and other opportunities for involvement.
Bluegrass Conservancy depends upon the support of individuals, businesses, and foundations. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. All gifts are tax deductible to the extent provided by law. All conversations are strictly confidential and we will not disclose your personal information to any other existing entity without your written permission.
Why I Care
“We need to make sure there will always be local food and places like this, and the only way to ensure that is to protect it.”
Conservation Easement Donor