Support Us

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Gathering Waters helps people protect Wisconsin's special places.

So can you. By supporting Gathering Waters, you will join an important corps of people that care about the future of the Wisconsin landscape. Here you will find information on the ways that you can contribute.


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Become a Member

Gathering Waters' members are the backbone of our organization.  

 


Land Legacy Society

The Land Legacy Society is a group of committed and passionate individuals, who make contributions of $1,000 or more annually to Gathering Waters.


Planned Giving

Planned gifts are about planning for the future: your family's future and the future of Wisconsin's natural places.


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Corporate Giving

Corporate gifts not only help Gathering Waters pursue its mission, but they also reflect the values of your business and raise your visibility across the state as a key player in natural resources conservation.


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Gift Membership

Give the gift of membership to a friend or family member today!


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Monthly Recurring Donations

Supporting Gathering Waters: Wisconsin's Alliance for Land Trusts helps protect the most loved and needed places throughout the state. Becoming a monthly recurring donor can benefit you, as well as Wisconsin's special places.


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Gifts to Honor Other People

Give a gift to honor a special person in your life.


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Sponsorship Opportunities

Gathering Waters offers sponsorship opportunities to three annual events: the Land Conservation Leadership Awards Celebration, Wisconsin Land Trust Days, and the Land Trust Conference. Each event reaches a unique audience and provides an opportunity for you or your company to demonstrate your commitment to protecting Wisconsin's most loved and cherished places. For more information, contact Mindy Petersen, Outreach and Development Director at 608-251-9131 x16 or mindy@gatheringwaters.org.


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