What if we provided you a way to:
• Support your interests without a big one-time hit to your wallet?
• Ensure more of your money makes an impact eliminating mailings and waste?
All of this is possible with Monthly Giving.
How does it work?
Simply decide on an amount you would like to give monthly and then pre-authorize an automatic gift from your bank account or credit card. Your donation will be transferred automatically and will appear on your bank or credit card statement. It's easy and best of all ensures your donation is put to good work as efficiently as possible. This is a paperless program so all communication will be electronic, even your end of year tax letter.
Can I cancel at any time?
Yes. We appreciate your generosity and are grateful for any support you provide. If for any reason you wish to stop or change the amount of your gift, simply contact us and we will honor your request immediately.
There are many ways in which your generosity creates positive change for the future, both in and out of our parks. Are you are curious how?
We will send you stories of impact and inspiration to enable you to stay involved through electronic and social media.
Become part of the Monthly Giving Program and together our efforts will make a lasting and meaningful difference.
Join us on the paperless trail to make and impact without a footprint.
For more information, call Scott Savastio at 559.561.4809.
These are just 3 examples of how monthly giving
has an annual impact:
Can become 1 new bear proof food canister. These camping necessities serve as a direct deterrent to bear/human conflict and in doing so save bear lives.
Can provide backcountry meals for a Sequoia Kings Canyon Conservation Corps crew member for 18 days. “SEKI CC” empowers at-risk young adults through vocational outdoor training and also improves park facilities such as trails and water system renovation.
Can fund 1 free tour of Crystal Cave for a public school class. These cave tours provide the underserved Central Valley youth with firsthand access to STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and personal adventure.