Become a Member

Your gift makes conservation happen.

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Thanks to your membership donation, GPC is saving creeks brimming with salmon, lush forests providing refuge for birds and bears, and greenspaces that connect people with nature.

As a member of Great Peninsula Conservancy you will receive our quarterly print newsletter, our annual report, and special invitations to tour conservation areas. Members can also subscribe to our monthly Enews to keep up-to-date on our upcoming events and volunteer opportunities.

Giving Options:

Yearly Membership

Join a conservation community that makes an incredible impact. Our members protect the forests, streams, and shorelines of the Great Peninsula. They provide wildlife a safe place to live, ensure our water will remain clean and free-flowing, and our air clear and easy to breathe. By preserving greenspaces our members provide their community a place of respite from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Giving yearly means that you can help GPC continue saving the places you love, forever.
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Monthly Giving

Support Great Peninsula Conservancy’s conservation work year-round through our monthly or quarterly giving program. This program allows you to contribute actively to local land protection each month of the year while providing a reliable stream of resources so that we can better plan our work. 
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Conservancy Circle

Inspire others with your generous love of nature! Join the Conservancy Circle with an annual gift of $1,000 or more. Members receive special invitations to Conservancy Circle member events, including unique property tours, a fall reception and more, as well as a member-only edition of our Conservancy Circle News to keep you up-to-date. Be the cornerstone of GPC’s conservation program today!
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Workplace Giving

Many companies match their employees’ charitable contributions. That includes your gift to Great Peninsula Conservancy! Check with your human resources department to learn more about their workplace giving and matching gift programs. Are you a current or retired state, county or city employee? You can make a gift to Great Peninsula Conservancy through your Local Independent Charities campaign.
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Other Ways to Give:

Stock/Mutual Fund Gift

Gifts of long-term appreciated stock and mutual fund shares are an easy way to make a lasting contribution to Great Peninsula Conservancy. Benefits include income tax and capital gains tax savings.
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Gift Membership

Special occasions call for special gifts and what could be more special than a gift that helps ensure that the lands and waters of the Great Peninsula region are protected forever? Give the gift that keeps on giving by sharing the Conservancy’s work with your friends and family while helping to ensure that the lands and waters of the Great Peninsula region are protected forever. 
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Memorial or Honorary Gift

Celebrate a significant occasion or milestone, or remember a loved one or another special person with a memorial or honorary gift to Great Peninsula Conservancy in their name. Whether you make your gift online, by mail, or by phone, we will gratefully acknowledge your thoughtful donation by notifying the person or family member you designate.
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Business Sponsorship

Businesses from around our region collaborate with Great Peninsula Conservancy to support hands-on conservation, outdoor learning, and community efforts to protect key natural areas that make the Great Peninsula a great place to live, work and thrive.  Many local businesses become sponsors of our annual Spring Dinner an event that attracts hundreds of leaders and community members. Other businesses sponsor stewardship events or our outdoor walks & talks.  Find out more about how your business can collaborate with Great Peninsula Conservancy.
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Save Your Land

A gift of land with habitat or open space value (or a gift of conservation interest in such land) is one of the most significant contributions a family or an individual can make to the scenic and natural future of the Great Peninsula.
Contact our Conservation Director Jonathan Decker.