Ways to Give
How do you want to give?
Through your support, you’re protecting beautiful landscapes. You’re sustaining the places that uplift us. You’re creating amazing parks and trails. You’re keeping our rivers flowing clean. You’re preserving farmland. You’re giving wildlife a place to live. Thank you!
To make an online donation, go here. Or, explore the many ways you can contribute. You can choose the way that works best for you—from monthly donations to bequests, from workplace giving to Conserving Carolina gear and gifts.
Become a Member
Our members make our mission possible. Become a member with an annual gift of $35 or more.
Monthly giving provides sustaining support for conservation and spreads your contributions over the course of a year.
Support the Mills River Valley Trail
The Mills River Valley Trail will create a safe route, linking the heart of Mills River to the French Broad River. Every donation you make is multiplied by 5!
Join Our Summits Society
These conservation champions are our most generous supporters, giving $1,000 or more annually.
Honor & Memorial Gifts
A donation to Conserving Carolina is a special way to honor or remember your friends and loved ones. We recognize your gift and the honoree in the Annual Report.
Be a Guardian of the Green
Guardians of the Green are businesses, organizations and groups who support Conserving Carolina.
Conserving Carolina Gear
Want to represent Conserving Carolina around town? Learn how you can get Conserving Carolina t-shirts and other apparel!
Bequests and other planned gifts leave a lasting legacy. For more information on joining Conserving Carolina’s Land Legacy League, contact Development Director Lynn Killian.
Gifts of Stock
Gifts of securities provide another option for you to support our local conservation mission. Contact Development Director Lynn Killian to discuss coordinating your gift.
Many employers offer matching gift programs that may double or triple your contribution. Check with your human resources department.
Become a partner of Earthshare of North Carolina, so you can support environmental nonprofits through workplace giving.