Some Giving Tuesday Options To Help Alaska Natural Resources (Updating)
After the chaos of Black Friday and Cyber Monday spending, it’s refreshing to know that today is #GivingTuesday. So here are some potential ideas for donating to Alaska natural resources causes:
Southeast Alaska Conservation Council:
National Park Foundation:
|There are only hours left in GivingTuesday, but you can still make a BIG difference for national parks by giving before midnight.To add to the impact of this day of generosity, Subaru of America, Inc. has made a recent $250,000 commitment and they are challenging the National Park Foundation community to match it. |
This will amplify the power of all GivingTuesday gifts—but you only have a few hours left!So please make your generous gift to the National Park Foundation today, when it will go twice as far.Your generous support will safeguard our national treasures for years to come. It will work to make these landscapes more welcoming spaces for people of all backgrounds. It will restore habitats and ecosystems and bring communities into the urgent work of conservation.There is limited time for you to do more than ever for our parks on GivingTuesday. Please make a generous donation to the National Park Foundation today, when it will do twice the good.
|The Team at the National Park Foundation|
Stop Pebble Mine:
Save Bristol Bay:
United Tribes of Bristol Bay:
Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership:
UPDATE: The Nature Conservancy:
Today is Giving Tuesday, a day that’s dedicated to giving back to the causes that matter most to you. As someone who cares deeply about nature, this is your best chance to make the biggest impact possible — today only, your donation will do twice as much good for the planet.
Give before MIDNIGHT and your gift will be added to our Matching Gift Fund and be used to match the gifts of other supporters — doubling your conservation impact.
We urgently need to raise $550,000 today and the clock is ticking…
You and I both know there is no time to waste. The devastating effects of the intertwined crises of climate change and the collapse of Earth’s biodiversity demand we work harder and faster than ever before. The Nature Conservancy is ramping up work to protect the lands and waters we all rely on — and we urgently need support from people who are willing to help.
Chris, will you be a leader this Giving Tuesday and make a special donation now that will go 2x as far?
Any amount you are able to contribute will help reach our $550,000 goal. With so much at stake, every single dollar can make a difference for critical work like:
- Protecting critical habitat for endangered species like the Florida panther by connecting swaths of land they need to survive.
- Securing an intact corridor of climate-resilient land in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, home to moose, black bears and bobcats.
- Ramping up tree-planting in cities to tackle climate change and improve the health of our communities.
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People around the world are rallying for nature this Giving Tuesday — and I’m counting on you to join them, Chris. Together, we can enact real change for all who depend on healthy lands, clean waters, and a stable climate.
When you make a donation for Giving Tuesday, you’ll feel good knowing you’re doing your part. AND, you’ll feel even better knowing your contribution to our Matching Gift Fund will double the impact of every dollar you give.
Caring people like you have the power to make the world a better place. Please join the Giving Tuesday movement and make your contribution before it’s too late.
Thank you in advance,
Director of Membership
The Nature Conservancy
There are plenty of other opportunities to give back, so do what you can.
Backcountry Hunters and Anglers:
Today is #GivingTuesday, and you still have time to support access to our public lands and waters by donating to BHA! When you give today, your investment will be doubled! An anonymous donor has pledged $5K to BHA if we can raise matching funds today with a goal of raising $10,000. Will you help us reach our goal?
Your support of BHA will help sustain our hunting and angling heritage, conserve our wild public lands, waters and wildlife, and protect access to our shared lands and waters – now and for future generations.
One example of BHA’s public access work is our ongoing efforts to resolve corner crossing in Wyoming.
“Corner crossing” refers to the act of stepping from one corner of a parcel of public land to another. Public lands can be inaccessible due to being “landlocked,” surrounded by private land on which there is no easement, public road or public trail.
Corner crossing is neither explicitly legal nor illegal in the state of Wyoming, but in the fall of 2021, four non-resident hunters were issued citations in Carbon County for criminal trespass. The four hunters never touched private lands: They used a ladder to cross between adjoining corners of public lands managed by the BLM.
BHA’s Wyoming chapter has led work to raise money for the hunters’ legal defense – and to raise awareness of this issue – which, while currently centered in Wyoming, could have implications for our access opportunities all across North America.
BHA fights for access issues like these! With your support, we can continue the fight! Our efforts resulted in this New York Times article that ran on Saturday – and that has, so far, been seen by more than a quarter-billion people.
This #GivingTuesday, let’s work together to fight for our access to the wild places we love. Every donation will be doubled today, and today only, so donate now!
Thank you for your continued support and commitment to BHA and the work that we do!
Grants & Annual Giving Coordinator
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers
P.S. When shopping online this holiday season, don’t forget to use Amazon Smile to support BHA. Just?visit Amazon Smile?and register BHA as your preferred nonprofit.?
We only have until midnight to hit our goal of raising $40,000 to help protect our forests.
Logging companies are cutting down the boreal forest for toilet paper. The boreal is the world’s largest intact forest and it’s shrinking quickly.
Costco is flushing the boreal down the toilet — over 1 billion rolls of toilet paper fly off Costco shelves every single year.
We’re calling on Costco to stop selling toilet paper made from precious boreal trees and switch to recycled and sustainable alternatives.
We need you to stand up for the boreal, Chris. Donate to our Giving Tuesday Drive before midnight to help protect our forests.