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You can prevent extinctions and protect island ecosystems by making a charitable donation

There are many ways to donate to Island Conservation - all of which are tax deductible.
 
We are not a membership organization. So, when you support Island Conservation, you won't get a free tote bag or junk mail. Your gift will go directly toward saving imperiled species and restoring their vulnerable island habitat.  
 
Online Donations
 
You can donate directly to IC on our website using your credit or debit card by clicking here or the icon below! 
 
 

Check Donation by Mail

Please make your check payable to ‘Island Conservation’ and send to:       
 
Island Conservation

Attn:  Philanthropy Director

2161 Delaware Ave., Suite A                  

Santa Cruz, California 95060
U.S.A.

 

Donations to Island Conservation, a 501(c)(3) charity, are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. Island Conservation’s tax identification number is: 91-1839907. 

Double your impact!

Island Conservation announces an exciting matching opportunity of $2.5M from the newly created Clipperton Fund. New or existing donors can leverage their support to save our world’s most vulnerable species through a dollar-for-dollar match up to $500,000 per year. For more information or to participate in the Clipperton Fund, please contact:

Heath Packard, Director of Philanthropy and Communications, heath.packard@islandconservation.org 
or

Bill Waldman, Chief Executive Officer, bill.waldman@islandconservation.org

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Are you Canadian and would like to donate to Island Conservation?

You can make a tax-deductible donation to Island Conservation by cheque, credit card, wire, direct deposit or securities through our partners at Tides Canada Foundation. Click here to make your gift and start saving species from extinction!

 

Want to learn more about our partnership with Tides Canada? Visit them online!

 

 

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