Donate today, and plan for tomorrow!

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

This year’s Annual Appeal is underway, and there are many ways you can join us in protecting Vermont’s rivers:

1. Donate online, especially on “Giving Tuesday, ” December 3rd.  Your tax deductible donation will go directly to river conservation projects in 2014.

2. Mail a donation to Vermont River Conservancy, 29 Main St. Suite 11, Montpelier, VT 05602 before the new year, and help make your resolutions to protect the lands and waters you love a reality.

3. Make an honorary gift for a loved one this holiday season, and show them you care about the rivers they love.

4. Learn more about the river conservation projects we completed in 2013, and discover what projects are upstream in 2014: Sign up for our e-newsletter, and read our Featured Projects page.  Staying informed about our work can ensure you know of projects near you, and how you can get involved.

5. Contact us to learn more about Planned Giving – there are many ways you can plan for tomorrow, today!  Consider making a memorial gift, designating VRC as a beneficiary on any of your financial accounts, asking your employer if they have a matching charitable gifts program to double your donation, or leaving a bequest in your will.  These options may have significant tax benefits to you, and they certainly benefit the lands and waters of Vermont’s Rivers.

6. Forward this to a friend, and share this page with your social media contacts – tell them about all how Vermont River Conservancy is enhancing flood resiliency in Vermont and public access to our most cherished places.

7. Start thinking about your 2014 summer paddling adventures!  Buy the Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail Map to see where all the great campsites are for you to enjoy between days flowing with the river.  Proceeds support the Vermont River Conservancy’s expansion of the Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail.

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