One-Hundred Tree Challenge
The Campaign for Campus Beautification
Last fall, The One-Hundred Tree Challenge—the College’s adopt-a-tree campaign transformed the Daemen campus grounds into a beautiful green space, not only for the Daemen family but for the Amherst community at large.
After a successful first phase, where 110 mature trees and manicured areas were installed, we are excited to begin the second and final phase of The One-Hundred Tree Challenge.
As in the first phase, we have set the adoption price artificially low in order to encourage your participation. You can adopt a tree for a mere $199 and a stone bench for $600.
The entire cost of a tree, bench, or any additional donation is tax deductible. Payments can be made conveniently at daemen.edu/give. Dedications during this final phase will be accepted through the close of business on Friday, September 19, 2014.
To learn more about the One-Hundred Tree Challenge, contact the Institutional Advancement Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Thank you for helping to make Daemen College not only one of the finest liberal arts colleges in the nation, but also one of the most attractive campuses in the region." - Richanne C. Mankey, Ed.D., Interim Vice President for Institutional Advancement