Match offered: Now is the Time to Give!

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

As a nonprofit organization, the Vermont River Conservancy relies on the financial support of many individuals, businesses, foundations and governmental agencies so that it can continue to protect important lands along the waters of Vermont. Every contribution, no matter what form it takes, is critical to our conservation work.

You can now make your gift to the Vermont River Conservancy go twice as far, because an anonymous donor will match all contributions to the VRC 2011 Appeal to help us protect Vermont’s waters and keep them open for public use.

It’s simple:

• If you are a previous donor to VRC, the donor will match dollar-for-dollar any amount above your previous donation. If you double your most recent contribution, the donor will match the entire amount of your contribution!  Contact us to find out your most recent contribution amount.

• If you are a new donor, the donor will match your entire contribution.

This extremely generous offer will make our work on behalf of Vermont rivers and shorelines and your contribution to VRC work harder and go farther than ever.

And it couldn’t come at a better time. In the wake of Tropical Storm Irene’s devastation, Vermonters, in and out of government, are taking a long look at the state of our rivers. Now is a crucial time to speak up for rivers, river corridors and floodplain policy.

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