Happy #GivingTuesday. Let’s make this one wild!

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Moose, courtesy of Janedaux (public domain, https://pixabay.com/photos/moose-green-mammal-brown-nature-1799285/)

By: Chris Talbot-Heindl, Communications & Membership Manager

Today is #GivingTuesday! All around the world, people are celebrating this global day of giving by donating their time, expertise, and cash to the nonprofits that reflect their values. This year, we’re hoping you will join the Rocky Mountain Wild team by either volunteering your time, using your expertise to send comments to protect wildlife and wild lands you care about, or that you’ll schedule your donation for Colorado Gives Day!

Volunteer Your Time

If you’d like to volunteer your time, we would love to have you! Fill out our volunteer application and we’ll contact you about our current needs.

Use Your Expertise

Use your expertise to take direct action! Here are some urgent actions with deadlines fast approaching that could use your comments.

Donate Some Cash

You can make a one-time donation or join our Super Species Squad by becoming a monthly donor! If you schedule your donation for Colorado Gives Day (December 10), your donation will go even further thanks to the $1 Million Incentive Fund from Community First Foundation and FirstBank! 

A donation of just $20 ($1 for every year we have worked to protect wildlife) can help us advocate for the 20 most threatened species in Colorado.

A contribution of just $6.25 a month will provide training and support for a new citizen scientist to monitor pika next field season.

Plus, any increased or new donations will be matched by an anonymous donor, doubling your impact!

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If you’ve already given or scheduled your Colorado Gives donation, thank you! Please share our campaign with someone you know who also loves the wildlife and wild lands in the Southern Rocky Mountains and double your impact!

Let’s make #GivingTuesday wild!

Chris Talbot-Heindl

Chris Talbot-Heindl (dressed in my pika costume)
Communications & Membership Manager

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