Thank you for your interest in donating and/or becoming a Friends of Boggs Mountain member!
While it is not essential to become a member if you donate, the Friends of Boggs Mountain invites you to share in our recovery efforts of our beloved forest as a regular or business member. Your support helps our mission and work in trail building/maintenance, forest cleanup, stewardship, education, and improving recreational experiences at Boggs. As a member, you’ll be included in our email alerts for upcoming events.
As members do not receive any goods or services, your donation should be tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. However, please consult your tax advisor as IRS and CA State Franchise Board charitable contribution laws have been modified since 2017 and deductibility may depend on your particular tax situation. FOBM Tax ID: 56-2309457
REGULAR Membership levels
- $25 Individual
- $50 Family/Supporting
- $100 Patron
- $500 Lifetime
Businesses and professional persons can also support the Friends of Boggs Mountain and contribute greatly to our mission. Business members are listed on our website home page and receive a free advertisement posted in a prominent location on the main kiosk at the forest.
BUSINESS Membership levels
- $35 BRONZE includes business-card size ad — 2” x 3 ½”
- $60 SILVER includes 4” x 6” ad
- $100 GOLD includes 5 ½” x 8 ½” ad
- $200 PLATINUM includes 8 1/2” x 11” ad
- $1000 LIFETIME BUSINESS SPONSOR includes permanent plaque mounted on wood.
To become a regular or business member, please print and fill out this membership form, email or s-mail to our PO Box, and send your check payment to:
Friends of Boggs Mountain
P.O. Box 735
Cobb, CA 95426
You can also pay by credit or debit card. Please click on the “Donate” button above.
For our board and committees (interpretive, events, trail maintenance), we welcome representatives from the primary interest groups below:
- Horseback riding
- Mountain biking
We’re always on the lookout for committee members!
Educational and Interpretive Committee: establish interpretive and educational center, interpretive signage, self-guided nature trail, trail signs, interpretive trail guides.
Activities Committee: coordinate fun activities such as moonlight hay rides, guided hikes, star gazing events, scavenger hunts, bike rides, horse rides, cross country runs.
Fundraising Committee: implement a fundraising plan through activities and grant writing.
Promotional/Membership Committee: implement a membership drive, coordinate open houses, develop a public relations plan.