Loading

Donate

You can help. Every donation makes a difference.

HRWC’s  efforts to protect and restore the Huron River depends on the support of its donors. When you give, you will be welcomed into a group of dedicated  individuals committed to preserving one of Michigan’s greatest rivers, and the cleanest river in Southeast Michigan.  Select one of the secure on-line forms to donate.

 

 

 

Membership Join or Renew

 

 

 

Holiday Gift Membership

 

 

 

Year End Water Quality Programs Donation

 

 

River up! and Huron River Water Trail

 

 

Gifts Made In Memory Of or In Honor Of

 

 

 

Monthly Giving

 

 

 

Stewardship Fund

 

 


Don’t wish to donate on-line?
Donate through the Mail

Benefits of membership: Receive Huron River Report quarterly, to your home or office or online, discounts on Special Events, Conferences and HRWC Tee-Shirts, and Email alerts about our programs and volunteer events.

 

And don’t forget….

Matching Gifts Increase Your Giving Power: Many employers have matching gift programs that contribute the same amount as its employees.  If you are interested in learning more contact your Human Resources Director.

Books By Chance Fundraiser–Donate your old books, CDs, and DVDs to the Huron River Watershed Council: We will sell them online, and to date we have raised over $20,000 with this fundraiser.  Check guidelines here and bring your goods to HRWC offices between the hours of 9am – 5pm, weekdays. If you can’t bring your materials into the office call Margaret Smith at 734/769-5123 x 605 or at msmith@hrwc.org to make arrangements.

How to Become a Member Government: Contact our Executive Director, Laura Rubin, at 734/769-5123 x 606 or lrubin@hrwc.org to inquire about your local government becoming a member and learn about the services and programs provided by our scientific staff.

Huron River Watershed Council is a registered 501(c)3 and your contributions are tax deductible.

 




Donate to HRWC
State of the Huron Conference
Summer Recreation 2014
Calendar
RiverUp
Huron River Water Trail
Portage Creek Project
Save Water Save Energy
Follow Us!
rss .FaceBook-Logo.twitter-logo