Become a Member! Our members are our treasured partners in our land preservation and environmental education efforts.
Want to support just our Preservation efforts? Buy a footprint on our Pathway to Preservation. This money goes in a special fund that is only used to help cover costs for successful land acquisition projects. These make great gifts, too. You get a lovely certificate with your symbolic footprint on it.
Our Wish List: we often accept in-kind donations. Almost our entire office is furnished through generous donations, and we have many needs, from maintenance equipment to office supplies. Check with our office to see if your potential donation is needed.
Give on-line, through iGive and Amazon Smile. These two portals, among others, give us a small percentage of purchases that you make, if you sign up and choose Manada Conservancy as your charity. The more people use these, the more we get—at no extra charge to the shopper. Over time, these donations have become more significant.
Does your company participate in the Earthshare employee giving program? If so, you may designate part of your paycheck directly to Manada Conservancy, or to Earthshare in general, in which case we would receive a percentage of your donation. If your employer isn’t a participant, please encourage them to become one! (Manada Conservancy’s Combined Federal Campaign number is 95095.)
Donate that old car! We participate in V-Dac for car donations. All you do is call or go online, give them the information about the car, and they come and get it, take it to auction, sell it, and give your charity the money. You get a tax deduction letter.
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Even if you don’t want to become a member, you can contribute, support a specific project or initiative, or remember a loved one.
Remember Manada Conservancy in your will: leaving a charitable bequest is a legacy that will carry your support of our shared vision into the future. This is as simple as adding a few lines to your will.
Think about long-term planning, and how best to manage your charitable contributions, going forward. Especially as retirement age gets closer, rolling over money into charities rather than giving cash is sometimes more beneficial to your finances. Get some expert help to know how best to assure your future comfort and help the organization you love.