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Avalonia relies on donated funds to fulfill our conservation mission. Although we routinely apply for and are awarded public and private grants toward land acquisition, generous individual and corporate donations are still vitally important; they enable us to meet at least half of our operating expenses.

All but a small percentage of funds are applied directly to the preservation and maintenance of Avalonia’s preserves and to the education of the public about the importance of open space. Likewise, your gift enables you to participate in land conservation and get the satisfaction of knowing that your actions are promoting environmental protection.

All donations to Avalonia, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, in cash or in kind, are tax-deductible to the extent permissible by law.

Read our General Appeal 2019

What’s the difference between a donation and a pledge?

A donation is a one-time tax-deductible cash gift; a pledge is a promise of a gift or several gifts allotted over time. Pledges let us know how much money we can count on, help us qualify for a conservation bridge loan, and help us get matching grants.

Matching Programs

*In order to complete some matching gift applications, you will need our EIN: 06-6103893.

AmazonSmile

Donate to Avalonia with every purchase you make on Amazon by joining the Amazon Smile program. .05% of every purchase will be donated to Avalonia. Go to smile.amazon.com, search for Avalonia, and select us as your charitable organization.

Charter Oak Matching Program

Do you bank at Charter Oak? If so, they will match your donation to Avalonia up to $500 up to November 27, 2019. First, make your donation to Avalonia (multiple of $25) and then report it to Charter Oak. Click here for the Charter Oak e-submission forms. *In order to complete the Charter Oak application, you will need our EIN: 06-6103893.

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