November 8, 2012 – 12:27 am
Become an Island Guardian
Island Guardians provide a stable flow of support that is critical to achieve our work of permanent, local land protection on Whidbey and Camano Islands.
Island Guardians are distinguished from our other donors by committing to at least two years of unrestricted funds. This sustaining support provides the Whidbey Camano Land Trust with the resources to keep moving forward to achieve our mission. Monies will be used where they’re most needed—anticipated needs or unexpected opportunities—and always to support the Land Trust’s mission of protecting what you love on Whidbey and Camano Islands.
Protecting land in perpetuity is complex. It requires legal and real estate sophistication, stewardship expertise, an informed community, and perseverance. The costs are significant and well worth it, for the achievements are priceless, permanent and life-sustaining.
The Whidbey Camano Land Trust staff leverages your financial contributions by securing competitive grants, receiving land donations, coordinating volunteers, and running an incredibly successful and efficient operation. As an Island Guardian, your support ensures that the Land Trust works effectively on behalf of you and generations to come.
As an Island Guardian, you will be invited to small group meetings to share your priorities and ideas, ask questions, and hear more about our work – both present and future.
Join Today and Double Your Investment.
A generous donor is matching new Island Guardian gifts, dollar for dollar for the first $50,000, that are received from September 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012.
Becoming an Island Guardian is Simple.
All it takes is a renewable two-year pledge of unrestricted funds of:
Island Guardian: $1,000 or more per year
Visionary Island Guardian: $5,000 or more per year
Forever Island Guardian: $10,000 or more per year
Download the pledge form and mail it to the address at the bottom of the form. Remember, to have your pledge payment doubled, we must receive the check by December 31, 2012. Read the Island Guardian brochure here.
Become a hero…for the land and for future generations.