GiveBIG for Wildlands and Wildlife on May 8th

GiveBIG for Wildlands and Wildlife on May 8th

Conservation Northwest / May 01, 2019 / Members

GiveBIG to help us achieve 30 more years of keeping the Northwest wild.

by matthew coomer, membership and operations associate

Next Wednesday, May 8th is GiveBIG, an online celebration of Washington nonprofits and the incredible work we do in our communities. We hope that you’ll take this opportunity to join Conservation Northwest and GiveBIG for our natural heritage!

Early giving is open for GiveBIG, so it’s the perfect time to consider a few questions:

How can you help protect wildlands from the Washington coast to the British Columbia Rockies?

How can you help connect habitats to give wildlife critical room to roam?

How can you help restore wildlife like lynx, grizzly bears and wolves?

It’s all possible when you support Conservation Northwest!

In our 30 years of working to conserve wildlife and wildlands, our supporters have been the key to all of our success.

Sunset over Blanchard Mountain and the Salish Sea. With your support, weve been able to secure critical landscapes for recreation and wildlife just like this. Photo: Paul Anderson

Their generosity enables us to protect thousands of acres of wildlands, including popular recreation areas and forests on Blanchard Mountain.

Their dedication to connected habitats allows us to build wildlife crossings on busy roadways like Interstate 90 to keep drivers and wildlife safe.

Their commitment to restored landscapes and wildlife allows us to lead watershed and forest restoration programs and one of the nation’s largest citizen-science wildlife monitoring efforts.

We strive to bring together diverse partners in conservation for the benefit of all people.

Your support gives us hope for a wilder future. Please join us in our efforts and make GiveBIG 2019 a day to remember by pledging a tax-deductible gift.

Together, we can make sure future generations inherit a wilder world. GiveBIG today and help us make a HUGE difference for tomorrow!



Matthew and the Conservation Northwest Team

P.S. – Our M.O. is simple: connect the big landscapes, restore iconic wildlife and protect our natural heritage for future generations. Help us keep the Northwest wild by giving BIG today!