#GivingTuesday 2018

Today is #GivingTuesday, and it’s not too late to donate to a cause that’s important to you.  #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration.  Donations on Giving Tuesday also make great holiday gifts for the hard-to-buy-for friend or family member.

In honor of this important fundraising day, we thought we’d share some options for giving of environmental concern.  Whether you choose to give locally, nationally, or globally, there’s no doubt that every dollar counts.

Giving Locally – Berks Nature

Berks Nature leads local conservation efforts through contributions from memberships, corporate and private contributions, grants, and partnerships. They do not receive regular funding from a national organization, the government, or tax dollars to run programs.

Berks Nature strongly supports Berks County’s number one industry, agriculture – and – the protection of our special natural areas.  To date, they have permanently preserved over 7,500 acres through conservation easements, acquisitions, and transfers; and have facilitated the protection of an additional 1300 acres in Berks County.

They also have The Nature Place where families can explore, discover and learn through the  beauty of nature.

Donate to Berks Nature Here

Giving Nationally – The Sierra Club

The Sierra Club is dedicated to championing solutions to the climate crisis, working for clean air, water and land, and fighting for environmental and social justice.  They also promote getting people outside to enjoy the outdoors.  There are many ways to give to the Sierra Club including: membership, local chapter support, monthly giving, and gifts that make a difference.

Donate to the Sierra Club Here

Giving Globally – water.org

Water.org has empowered 16 million people with access to safe water and sanitation through affordable financing.  They believe giving access to clean water will be the way to break the cycle of poverty, protect and save lives.  Founded by Matt Damon and Gary White more than 25 years ago, they have a reputation for giving the gift of clean water in a transparent way.

Donate to water.org Here

 

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