Help wildlife and wild places today!
There are many ways to support Conservation Northwest, and all of them help ensure a healthy future for wildlife and people!
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Your tax-deductible contribution to Conservation Northwest protects and connects wild places from the Washington Coast to the BC Rockies. Our secure online donation page makes it easy to ensure a healthy future for the Northwest.
Donation questions? Contact Julia Spencer, 1.800.878.9950 x110
Other ways to give
Mail in your giftPrint this donation form
(PDF, 56KB) and mail it in.
Maximize your gift with matching
Double your support by sending a matching form if your employer matches donations to charitable organizations. Don't know if your employer matches? We have a partial list of companies in the area that will match gifts, or you can ask your personnel department.
Mail matching gift forms to:
1208 Bay St #201, Bellingham, WA 98225
or fax to 360.671.8429, Attn: Julia Spencer
Give at work
Does your workplace conduct a giving campaign every year? Please remember to make a pledge for wildlife this year!
- WA State Combined Fund Drive, agency # 320835
- Microsoft Giving Campaign, agency #2293
- Combined Federal Campaign, agency #74285
- United Way King County, program #3941824
- City of Seattle, United Way campaigns for employers (UPS, Costco, etc)
Contact: Julia Spencer, 800-878-9950 x110
Join our Wildland Partners
We invite you to contribute through easy and secure monthly or quarterly, automatic bank or credit card transfers. Learn more here, use our online form to join with a credit card or mail in the Wildland Partners form for credit card and EFT (PDF, 31KB).
Contact: Julia Spencer, 800.878.9950 x110
Wear your supportWe have great organic and hip t-shirts, ball caps, plus water bottles and books available. Please visit our online store or print the gift form (PDF, 1.3MB).
Make a gift of stockMake a significant contribution with powerful tax advantages. The securities can easily be electronically transferred from your broker.
Contact: Paul Bannick, 206.675.9747 x 202
Create hope and heritage through a will
Why let someone else determine your financial legacy—however small or large? Why let the state benefit from your assets more than the people and causes that are important to you? Creating a will is the first step to ensure that you and your family make your own decisions about whom your estate will benefit. We hope you will consider putting Conservation Northwest in your will to leave your own conservation legacy in the Northwest.
Contact: Chris Clark, 800.878.9950 x204
Become a Forest SentinelForest Sentinels are supporters who receive exclusive benefits for annual gifts of $1,000 or more. Please visit the Forest Sentinel page.
Contact: Paul Bannick, 800.878.9950 x202