Giving and Recognition Levels

We appreciate your investment in the West Central Illinois Community Centers and are happy to offer you the following in recognition of your gift:

Your Gift of

Naming and Gift Recognition Opportunity



$1,000,000 or greater

West Central Illinois Community Centers Campus



$500,000 or greater

Competition-sized Aqua Fitness and Lap Pool


Gymnasium (phase III)



$250,000 or greater

Warm Water Therapy Pool


Teen Center


Weight and Fitness Room


Walking Track





$100,000 or greater

Multipurpose Rooms


     3 opportunities available


     3 more opportunities (phase III)


Locker Rooms


     3 opportunities available


Main Lobby


Exterior Main Entrance



$50,000 or greater

Intergenerational Lounge


Reception Area


Computer Area



$ 25,000 or greater

Batting Cages


     3 opportunities available (phase III)


Indoor Driving Ranges


     2 opportunities available (phaseIII)


Directors Office


Kitchen Area

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Donor Wall Recognition

Gifts of $1,000 to $49,999 will be recognized collectively on a donor wall to be prominently displayed within the new Center:

Gifts of $24,999 to $50,000

Founders Level

Gifts of $10,000 to $24,999

Titanium Level

Gifts of $ 5,000 to $9,999

Platinum Level

Gifts of $ 1,000 to $4,999

Gold Level

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Donor Roll Recognition

Gifts of $999 and below will be recognized in a Donor Roll to be published following the campaign according to the following levels:

Gifts of $500 to $999

Silver Level

Gifts of $250 to $499

Bronze Level

Gifts of $100 to $249

Friend Level

Gifts of $ 99 and below

Associate Level

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How to give

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YES! I want to support the WCICC to make a difference in the lives of people in West-Central Illinois.
Please contact me about:

Automated Funds Transfer
Transfer of Stock
Gift of Property
An Estate Gift

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(if company or matching gift)


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How to Give

Giving & Recognition Levels

Donor Wall Recognition

Donor Roll Recognition