The SLO County Board of Supervisors voted on October 4, 2022 to approve the project scope and the funding plan for the rebuild. The Restore the Vet’s Hall Committee has raised a little over $500,000 and recently pledged $435,000 of that money (about 90% of the donations received) to help pay the construction costs. We hope to raise as much as $200,000 more to ensure that we end up with a quality venue and that it remains affordable for community organizations. Join your many friends and neighbors and make a tax-deductible donation now. If you haven’t donated to the Restoration Fund or if you have and would like to increase your support, we would greatly appreciate your tax-deductible donation. Please know that any size donation you are comfortable making will help and be appreciated.
For those folks who want to make a larger donation of $1,000 or $5,000 and more, we will arrange that you receive special enduring recognition at the front of the building, probably in the form of a large bronze wall plaque.
Please know that all donations are tax deductible –thanks to the Committee’s partnership with The Community Foundation San Luis Obispo County, a 501c3 (EIN # 77-0496500).
We can accept end-of-year minimum distributions and direct transfers of appreciated stock, because of the expertise of The Community Foundation San Luis Obispo County. For specific information on stock transfers and other questions call The Community Foundation San Luis Obispo at 805 543-2323.
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MAIL TO: Restore Cayucos Vet’s Hall
P.O. Box 702 Cayucos 93430
MAKE AN IMPACT.
Any size commitment you are comfortable making will help and be appreciated. For those folks who want to make a larger commitment of $1,000, $5,000 or more we will arrange that they receive special enduring recognition in the front of the building, probably in the form of a large bronze wall plaque.