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In addition to many persons working behind the scenes on the many projects of the Corson / Colson Family History Association there have been a number of monetary donations which have been quietly made to support some of the accomplishments.

The projects are important because they either benefit members and others directly or have the potential of doing so at a later date. Researchers rarely know just what they are going to find, but they are delighted when they get results both because it was fun to conduct the research and because they are pleased to share their findings.
Some results are possible only when they can be funded in whole or part. Funded efforts haven't been big in the CCFHA past, but as funds are made available we find we can multiply our effectiveness and benefits.

Contributions of members and friends are greatly appreciated when they provide funding for CCFHA programs through current gifts or deferred giving. In an effort to more formally recognize those who contribute the CCFHA Board of Trustees has adopted these terms to recognize and honor donors:
 In appreciation of gifting and its importance,

Supporter     $10 and above
Sustainer      $25 and above
Contributor     $50 and above
Benefactor     $100 and above

These are not large amounts by conventional standards, but they can make a huge difference in what the CCFHA is able to achieve. We are openly inviting further contributions and larger contributions than in the past. At the same time, we continue to encourage gifts of any amount large or small.

     .....By working together, we can.

Site maintained by  Michael Corson (CCFHA Member M-297). Please report any errors, comments, or suggestions to

The CCFHA web site originally created by Jeff Owens (CCFHA Member M-260).

This page updated 03 Dec 2011

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