Business Membership

2016 Business Membership Levels & Benefits

Wolfe’s Neck Farm is proud to partner with community-minded businesses.  Our membership levels are listed below.  Please contact us for more information about our events and marketing stats.

Business Leaders – $5,000

  • Lead sponsor of one 1st Tier Event
  • Supporting sponsor of all other events
  • Lead logo placement: Website homepage/business member page/event pages, all monthly e-newsletters, all event webpages and advertisements, event banner, annual print newsletter ad, information kiosks and trail maps throughout WNF/RSC
  • Company picnic at WNF including event tent, hayrides, barn tour
  • 25% off Family Memberships for all employees
  • Package of giveaways including: tickets to all events, camping package

Farm Supporters – $2,500

  • Lead Sponsor of a 2nd Tier Event – or – Gold Sponsor of a 1st Tier Event
  • Supporting sponsor of all other events
  • Logo: Event banner, website homepage/business member page/event page, newsletters
  • Listing on barn, informational kiosks & trail maps
  • 25% off Family Memberships for all employees
  • 2 tickets to the Spring Gala, Harvest Dance & Fall Festival

Community Contributors – $1,000

  • Supporting sponsor of a 1st Tier Event – and – a 2nd Tier Event
  • Logo: Website homepage & e-newsletter (3 months), business member page, event-specific emails
  • 25% off Family Memberships for all employees

Members – $500

  • Supporting sponsor of one 1st Tier Event – or – all 2nd Tier Events
  • Logo: Business member page, event-specific emails, Listing in annual print newsletter
  • 10% off Family Memberships for all employees

Business Friends – $250
Wolfe’s Neck Farm is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting sustainable agriculture, education, and recreation while preserving open space. Set on 626 oceanfront acres, the Farm includes hiking trails, a demonstration barn and gardens, community garden space and an award-winning oceanfront campground. Wolfe’s Neck Farm offers programs including a Summer Day Camp, Teen Ag Program and community events to educate both children and adults about sustainability.