We’re currently at 75% of our end of the year goal!
Thank you, everyone who was able to support Rocky Mountain Wild or able to spread the message of need to their friends on Colorado Gives Day and beyond! Thanks to you, we reached 136 new donors and 75% of our end of the year fundraising goal of $80k to protect the biodiversity in our region. In fact, this was our most impactful Colorado Gives Day in many years, and we already met our $10k match! Like I said, remarkable.
If you haven’t donated this end of the year giving season or would like to increase your support for Rocky Mountain Wild’s efforts to protect Wolf Creek Pass, reconnect the wildlife movement corridor on East Vail Pass, train and support a network of hundreds of community scientists to help understand the needs of American pika, Colorado bats, and bighorn sheep, and identify and map our region’s biodiversity “hot spots” to help prioritize protection of these areas, we would love for you to join us! Here are the ways you can give:
- Purchase the symbolic naming rights for a piece of biodiversity in our Biodiversity 2020 Campaign. Want to name a boreal toad after yourself? Or a Canada lynx after your sibling? You can do that! Your donation is tax-deductible, your named species or landscape will live on our website, and we’ll even send you the little graphic for keeps. It’s a great way to give a gift of biodiversity to someone you love for the holidays!
- Adopt a pika or bat! Adoptions are a great gift as well. They come with an adorable plush animal and a personalized e-certificate of adoption.
- Donate today. Any amount would be a big help.
- Join our Super Species Squad by becoming a monthly donor to Rocky Mountain Wild. Monthly donations are our most stable source of funding!
Chris Talbot-Heindl (they/them)
Communications & Membership Manager
Rocky Mountain Wild
P.S. If you would like to learn about our 2020 accomplishments, check out the interactive story map on our website.