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Philanthropy and Sustainable Fundraising
Rogue Creamery is committed to supporting the wellbeing of our community through volunteer participation, community arts sponsorships and the provision of food products directed toward alleviating hunger while increasing the awareness of sustainable and organic agricultural practices in the Rogue Valley and Farm Aid. Donation budgets will be allocated each month based on the following criteria:
• Group or event request is within a non-profit 501c3 organization
• Group or event is not affiliated with any specific religious organization
• Group or event is not organized in support of a specific politician or political affiliation
• Group or event raising awareness and/or funds to help with hunger relief within the local community
If you are requesting a donation for your organization or event, please send an email to at firstname.lastname@example.org In your email please include the 501c3 ID #, event details, email address or phone number where Rogue Creamery can contact you if there are any questions. Requests should be made 4-6 weeks prior to event to allow time for review and processing.
If your organization or group is interested in fund raising opportunities through Rogue Creamery please email a request for further information to at the above address.
Below is a partial selection of Rogue Creamery partners within the community:
United Way of Jackson County • Goodwill • Central Point
Senior Center • La Clinica • Access • Thrive
Boys & Girls Clubs • The Peoples Coast to Coast
ashland independent film festival • Crater Renaissance High School Drama Program
Mount Mazama wins its class at 2014 ACS! We are super proud of our cheese makers. Mount Mazama is made from a mix of cow and goat milk and aged 6-12 months.
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Rogue Creamery's historic Cheese Shop is open 7 days a week and just 1 mile from I-5. It's the home of the best blue cheese in the world.
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