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Every dollar helps - Donate today and your name will be featured on the donor recognition wall! Additional sponsorships include your name on a bench plaque, naming rights and more which people to see for years to come!

Thank you to our Title Sponsor!

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Giving Levels

  • Naming Rights Sponsor - ARMSTRONG
     

  • $75,000 Public Fountain Sponsor - $7,500 annually for 10 years (annual tax-deductible pledge payment)

    • Logo on large, engraved sponsorship plaque located at the fountain area

    • Naming rights of the public fountain for duration of sponsorship ‘The Sponsor Name Fountain’

    • Official name in advertising and promotional materials when referencing the fountain, including signage, print collateral, website, and social media

    • Logo displayed on the CTCC and Cranberry Township websites, Armstrong Great Lawn webpage with hyperlink

    • Logo displayed on Donor Recognition wall - large plaque

    • Ability to use the Armstrong Great Lawn for filming

    • Opportunity to speak at ribbon cutting ceremony (slated fall 2024)

    • Tagged social media posts and recognition throughout the year

    • Art Box Project: Logo displayed with original artwork from a local artist on one (1) of Cranberry’s traffic control cabinets located in a high-traffic area

    • Community Days: 10’x10’ booth space and Partner level sponsorship annually for duration of Lawn sponsorship

    • Submit non-commercial content once per year into Cranberry Central

    • Submit ¼ page, full color ad and name listed in the CTCC Annual Impact Report

    • Direct competitor of Great Lawn naming right sponsor excluded from sponsorship level
       

  • $25,000 Playground Sponsor - $5,000 annually for 5 years (annual tax-deductible pledge payment)

    • Logo on large, engraved plaque displayed at the Municipal Center playground area

    • Logo displayed on Donor Recognition wall - medium plaque

    • Logo included in CTCC Annual Impact Report and Grand Opening program

    • Logo displayed on the CTCC and Cranberry Township websites, Armstrong Great Lawn webpage with hyperlink

    • Opportunity to speak at ribbon cutting ceremony (slated fall 2024)

    • Tagged social media posts and recognition throughout the year

    • Corporate Perk: Community Days 2024 booth space (10’x10) all 3 event days

    • Direct competitor of Great Lawn naming right sponsor excluded from sponsorship level

  • $10,000 Amenity Sponsor (limited availability)

    • Name/Logo on engraved plaque displayed on one of three lawn amenities (bench, table, planter)

    • Name/Logo displayed on Donor Recognition wall - medium plaque

    • Name/Logo included in CTCC Annual Impact Report and Grand Opening program

    • Name/Logo displayed on the CTCC and Cranberry Township websites, Armstrong Great Lawn webpage with hyperlink

    • Tagged social media posts and recognition throughout the year

    • Corporate Perk: Community Days 2024 booth space (10’x10) all 3 event days
       

  • $5,000 Leader

    • Name/Logo displayed on Donor Recognition wall - large plaque

    • Name/Logo included in CTCC Annual Impact Report and Grand Opening program

    • Name/Logo displayed on the CTCC and Cranberry Township websites, Armstrong Great Lawn webpage with hyperlink

    • Corporate Perk: Community Days 2024 booth space (10’x10) all 3 event days
       

  • $2,500 Partner

    • Name displayed on Donor Recognition wall - medium plaque

    • Name included in CTCC Annual Impact Report and Grand Opening program

    • Name displayed on the CTCC and Cranberry Township websites, Armstrong Great Lawn webpage
       

  • $1,000 Supporter

    • Name displayed on Donor Recognition wall - small plaque

    • Name included in CTCC Annual Impact Report and Grand Opening program

    • Name displayed on the CTCC website, Armstrong Great Lawn webpage
       

  • $1 - $500 Friend 

    • Name included in CTCC Annual Impact Report and Grand Opening program

    • Name displayed on CTCC website, Armstrong Great Lawn webpage

The Cranberry Township Community Chest is a 501(c)(3) Pennsylvania non-profit corporation, EIN 25-1484323. Your gift to the Cranberry Township Community Chest is tax-deductible per the tax rules of the IRS.

As the Cranberry Township Community Chest 2024 Project of the Year, the Armstrong Great Lawn Project will tie the Municipal Center to the rest of the community by creating a pedestrian-friendly shared space.

Project of the Year 2024:
THE ARMSTRONG GREAT LAWN

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For decades, Cranberry Township has been a hub of activity.

Situated at the crossroads of major thruways, careful planning and strategic growth has helped the Township enjoy a steady, prosperous rise to become the center of Southwestern Pennsylvania.

Now, the Township is looking to create a center of its own.

As the Cranberry Township Community Chest 2024 Project of the Year, the Armstrong Great Lawn Project will tie the Municipal Center to the rest of the community by creating a pedestrian-friendly shared space.

Through the construction of a green gathering space, an expansion of pedestrian connections, and upgrades to the building itself, the project will create a traditional town center in which the community can gather and grow together.

Since opening in 1991, the Municipal Center has long served as the de facto “Main Street,” welcoming approximately 264,000 visitors each year. Recent development and expansion projects near the campus make it the perfect time to undertake the project.

“The area surrounding the Municipal Center has grown so much in the last four years,” said Bruce Mazzoni, CTCC President and member of the Township Board of Supervisors. “We see this project as an opportunity to further connect our community through a beautiful, functional gathering space.”

This has set the table for the Great Lawn Project, which will improve Cranberry in multiple ways, including connectivity, passive recreation, and environmental conservation. 

“The Great Lawn will allow our cornerstone events to be more comfortable for our guests,” said Mike Manipole, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. “The space will be more visually appealing, allow for better crowd management, and open the door for new events.”

The project also serves as an example of community partnerships creating opportunities, with Armstrong signing on as the title sponsor. It’s a long-standing relationship that has helped form bonds in the community.

“We value the relationship we have developed with both the residents and Township officials,” said Armstrong General Manager Joe Taylor. “This Armstrong Great Lawn project is a reflection of the bond we have formed with the community.”

Ken Ashley, Armstrong’s Vice President of Marketing and Sales, said the Great Lawn displays both the Township and Armstrong’s commitment to advancing Cranberry, “as a stellar community for families and businesses to live and thrive.”

Perhaps most importantly, Mazzoni said the Great Lawn Project serves to provide a focal gathering space as the centerpiece of the Township.

“The possibilities of the Great Lawn are endless, and we’re incredibly excited to work with the community to make this great dream a grand reality,” he said.

For more information on the Great Lawn Project Main Sponsor, please visit https://armstrongonewire.com/. 

Recent Updates: Municipal Center

For more than 30 years, the Municipal Center has been the epicenter of activity in Cranberry.

Now, with work to renovate the space ongoing, the activity is at a fever pitch within the walls of the Township’s community gathering space.

But all the fun isn’t relegated to the building itself, as early work has begun on the Cranberry Township Community Chest’s Great Lawn Project. Being completed in step with the Municipal Center Renovation, the Great Lawn project will construct an environmentally conscience gathering space focused on passive recreation, expand pedestrian connections, and create a traditional town center in which the community can gather and grow together.

The project was announced in 2022, with Armstrong signing on as the title sponsor. Work inside the Municipal Center ramped up at the same time, bringing a revamped side parking lot, relocated Rotary Gazebo, and expanded paved walking trail to the east side of the building. Earthwork began in late 2023 as focus shifted to the front of the building.

Be sure to visit the Municipal Center to see the constant progress on the projects and consider becoming a donor to support this community endeavor.

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Going for Greatness:
CTCC Project aims to gather, grow

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Connectivity

With housing and business options blossoming around Rochester Road, the roadway itself is undergoing a transformation on its own. In addition to lane widening, as well as a planned overhaul of the Turnpike Bridge portion of the road, pedestrian connectivity continues to improve.

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Passive Recreation

From golf to swimming and miles of walking, biking, and running trails, Cranberry has endless recreation activities, however, passive recreation is very popular, too. As a passive recreation area, the Great Lawn will offer numerous ways to relax, and enjoy the beauty of Cranberry Township.

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Environmental Conservation

Maintaining an environmentally conscience space is a key element of the Great Lawn, as it is a cornerstone of Cranberry’s decision making. This initiative will integrate high-quality, sustainable practices that save money, conserve resources, and improve ecological health.

LEAVE YOUR MARK AT THE HEART OF CRANBERRY

CHECK BACK THIS FALL FOR FUNDRAISING AND NAMING RIGHT OPPORTUNITIES AT THE LAWN!

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