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One Wild Year

It’s almost the end of one wild year, which means you’re hearing a lot from non-profits asking for donations. Here are a few reasons why you should donate, and donate to us.

1. It can help lower your tax bill. 

Did you know that for the remainder of the year, your gift of $300 or less is eligible for a 100% tax deduction under the CARES Act? Getting a tax deduction because you’ve made a charitable donation means that your taxable income will be reduced.

2. You can support your favorite Florida causes in one place.

Wild about woodpeckers? Crazy for cobia? Fawn over flowers? Whatever it is, we are committed to helping you support it. So pick a project. Choose a charity. Find a fund. And your donation will go to what you love most about Florida’s wildlife. No donation amount is too small, even $5 makes a difference. If you can afford it, consider becoming a Conservation Champion by making automatic recurring donations (monthly, quarterly, whatever works for you). Recurring donations sustain nonprofits like us.

3. You can give with confidence.

We’ve earned the highest rating for nonprofits with two watchdogs: Charity Navigator and GuideStar. You can trust that your donation will go to its intended cause with low administrative costs. If you have any questions, contact us; we’re committed to transparency.

4. Everyone needs nature.

In difficult times, people seek solace and healing in nature. That makes our mission more important than ever. Because of support from people like you, our work conserving wildlife, restoring reefs, combatting invasives, and providing youth with formative outdoor experiences is stronger than ever.

Thank you for making our work possible. We hope you consider us when making your end-of-year gifts.

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