Join Us with Your Contribution Today!
Community Ag Alliance accepts donations year-round and offers a variety of annual membership levels, details are below.
There are several way to give, all with the goal of making it easy and meeting your interests.
Please consider adding your support with a contribution today. Every donation truly makes a difference!
CAA Annual Membership Support
Support the CAA mission with a membership contribution.
Your investment in local agriculture truly makes a difference in our community.
$25 – Market Member [Shop CAA Market in-store and online]
$50 – Full Member [Support all CAA Programs, early-bird registration to upcoming CAA events, discounted tickets to CAA events]
$100 – Premier Member [Increased support for all CAA Programs, early-bird registration to upcoming CAA events, discounted tickets to CAA events, one FREE merch item of your choice]
$5/month – $10/month – $20/month
Choose your amount and schedule a monthly donation, it’s easy and a great way to make your giving simple!
You can always donate a specific amount rather than the suggested membership amount. Your donation amount will be matched to the closest membership option.
- Direct support of local agriculture
- Access to CAA Market
- Discounts to CAA events
- Advertising & marketing opportunities for sponsoring businesses or organizations
Other Ways to Donate
You can contribute to CAA through other channels beyond membership. See options below.
Yampa Valley / Colorado Gives Day
Please consider choosing CAA as one of your charities on Colorado Gives Day on Tuesday, December 5, 2023.
CAA Microloan Fund
Help grow CAA’s revolving microloan fund with you contribution. Funds are loaned to local agriculture producers at low interest rate to help with short term, small loans. All loan repayments go back into the fund to be loaned out again. Simply designate the Microloan Fund with you donation.
Enterprise Zone Eligibility
The Community Agriculture Alliance is a non-profit organization and has been classified by the Internal Revenue Service as one that is not a private foundation with the meaning of section 509(a) of the Code as described in section 509(a)(1) and 170(b)(1)(A)(vi).
CAA has been designated as eligible for Enterprise Zone Contribution Project, allowing donors to claim State of Colorado income tax credits. Donations must be $250 or more to qualify. Click here for more information.
Marsha Daughenbaugh Legacy Endowment
In honor of the legacy and years of service to CAA, the Marsha Daughenbaugh Legacy Endowment was created. The fund will allow the CAA to continue to support agriculture in Yampa Valley for generations to come. The fund is held and managed by the Yampa Valley Community Foundation and the CAA Board of Directors.
Community Ag Alliance has many ways for community members to get involved. And let us know if your interested in something not listed here…everyone can help make a difference. Contact us for more information.
Become a Local Food Ambassador
- Volunteer at CAA events and more
- Participate in CAA Staff local food educational opportunities
- Outreach to other organizations, boards, etc. that you participate in to connect more people to local food
If you are interested in becoming a Local Food Ambassador contact CAA Market Manager, Chris Balenske, EMAIL
Help with a Special Event
- Ag Week
- Farm-to-Table Events
- Farm & Ranch Tours
To volunteer at an event contact our Development/Marketing Manager, Olivia Goldsworthy EMAIL
If you’ve ever wanted to get involved with local ag and earn CMC credits for it, now’s your chance! We offer internships for a variety of tasks. Work on a farm, help out with the CAA Local food Market, or a project of your design.
For current internship opportunities, contact our Executive Director, Michele Meyer, EMAIL
Serve on a Committee
Northwest Colorado Food Coalition
Community Ag Alliance Board of Directors or Advisors (with current Board approval)
If you have interest in serving on a committee contact our Executive Director, Michele Meyer, EMAIL