Double your donation to VRC with a 2012 MATCH!

Monday, November 5th, 2012

Steve Libby and Lydia Menendez in the VRC offices: "Thank you for your support!"

Throughout Vermont, the Vermont River Conservancy is employing a variety of new and innovative conservation approaches that help keep Vermont rivers open, accessible and healthy.  Partnering with local watershed groups, the VT State Department of Environmental Conservation, and landowners, VRC is increasing its reach in areas that were adversely affected by Hurricane Irene’s flooding, and planning ahead to help communities weather future storms.

VRC needs your help to continue this important work.

This year your contribution will be doubled.  A generous anonymous donor has agreed to match, dollar for dollar, any contribution made to VRC by December 31, 2012, up to a total match of $10,000.  That means if you contribute $100, your gift will become $200; a $500 gift becomes $1,000.  Larger donations will do so much more to expand our conservation work along our shorelines. 

We deeply appreciate your support in preserving Vermont’s precious rivers and streams for future generations.  See our 2012 & 2013 Featured project sheet for more information about what your support will make possible.

Make a secure online donation before December 31st, and help VRC improve flood resilience and preserve more access to all Vermont rivers.

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