Ways To Give

Your gift to Western Rivers Conservancy goes directly to creating riverland sanctuaries for fish, wildlife and people along the West’s most outstanding streams. Our work on rivers like the Klamath, John Day, Gunnison, Madison and Hoh is strategic, focused and effective—and it is possible only with the generous support of people like you. Thank you for your support.


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Other Ways To Support Western Rivers Conservancy

    

Gifts of Stock

Gifts of stock are a great way to receive a charitable deduction on your income taxes. Read more >>

 

Gifts of Real Estate

A gift of real estate, whether it is land, primary residence or a vacation home, can go a long way to help protect rivers.
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Legacy Gifts

Through a planned gift, you will play a direct role in ensuring that our work to protect outstanding rivers of the West continues well beyond our lifetimes. Read more >>

   

IRA Charitable Rollover

If you are 70½ or older, you may transfer up to $100,000 from your IRA to WRC. These gifts are not taxable and qualify toward your required minimum distribution. Read more >>


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


“Western Rivers gets more bang for the buck than any environmental organization I know.  They leverage their money by using it over and over again to purchase spectacular properties vital for fish, game, and bird habitat.  They pass the properties on to the Forest Service, BLM, or appropriate agencies so we all get to enjoy the benefits for generations to come.”

    Harry Piper
    Eagle Point, Oregon



“WRC fulfills our charitable expectations: quality of purpose, quality of people, and perpetual returns for future generations.”

    Susan & Jack Havens
    Olympia, Washington


“In an age when access to great fishing rivers seems to be shrinking rapidly, Western Rivers Conservancy’s enlightened approach is a win-win-win-win for the environment, the public, the landowner and the state. I highly endorse them for their success and expertise in saving some incredible properties for all of us to enjoy.”

   Mike Aldrich 
   Glendale, California