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Donation, Naming and Recognition Opportunities

Seconds Save Lives is a capital campaign for a new station for the Gunnison Valley Health Paramedics. We welcome and appreciate gifts of all sizes. The generosity of our friends in the community is an investment in our shared future. We are pleased to offer a variety of gift vehicles to support the capital campaign and to make giving an easy and rewarding experience.

To support the new station, we gratefully accept:

  • Gifts of Cash
  • Company/Corporate Gifts
  • Company/Corporate Employee Matching Gifts
  • Gifts from Donor Advised Funds
  • Gifts of Appreciated Stock
  • Memorial and Honorary Gifts

All of the naming opportunities listed can be shared. Friends or family members that wish to divide the cost of sponsoring the new station will be listed together on the same nameplate.

Donor Appreciation Wall

Individuals and businesses who donate to the campaign will also be publicly thanked and recognized on a donor thank you wall, unless they indicate a preference to remain anonymous.

Donation, Naming & Recognition Opportunities

New Building: $2,000,000

Training, Education and Meeting Room: $500,000

Sleeping Quarters: $100,000

Ambulance Bays (8): $50,000 each

Living Room: $50,000 available

AV Equipment: $25,000

Kitchen Appliances: $15,000

Shop Area to Store & Maintain Equipment: $10,000

Living Room Furniture & Furnishings: $10,000

Beds and Bedroom Furnishings: $ 0,000

Laundry Room: $10,000

EMS Crew Lockers (28): $1,000 each

Contact Jenny Birnie, Executive Director of the Gunnison Valley Health Foundation at or 970-642-8400

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