Annual Fund

Invest in NH Audubon

Consider for a moment what your generous support means to the future of New Hampshire’s natural environment.

With it…

You support our work to build future generations of local children who care about our natural world.

You provide support to help us understand and reverse the decline of songbirds like Rusty Blackbirds and Bicknell’s Thrushes, before it’s too late.

You ensure that New Hampshire’s wildlife have a voice in legislation that protects clean air and water for natural habitats.

You provide sanctuary access improvements like our new ADA-compliant Thompson Boardwalk and Ridgely Viewing Platform, ensuring everyone has a chance to visit nature.

You provide the resources necessary to monitor and protect recovering populations of  Bald Eagles and Peregrine Falcons.

That’s why we say, everything we do originates with you.  Support NH Audubon’s important work to keep New Hampshire’s natural environment healthy and strong.

Please make your gift today!

“The Annual Fund is a vital source of support for all our programs – conservation biology, education, land protection, and environmental policy.” – Tony Sayess, Board of Trustees

This investment in NH Audubon is typically unrestricted, meaning it can be put to work for any of our programs and organizational needs. The Annual Fund is key to creating annual impact to protect our New Hampshire way of life … our birds, our wildlife, our unique landscapes, our environment, our planet. Gifts are welcome any time during the year.

Make a donation to the Annual Fund

Contact NH Audubon’s Membership and Development Department for more information.

Matching gift opportunities for Annual Fund contributions

Many companies will match their employees’ contributions to nonprofit organizations, doubling or even tripling a contribution! Check with your Human Resources Department to see if your employer offers this opportunity to maximize your gift.

Memorial and Honorary Giving

A gift to NH Audubon in the name of someone with an abiding interest in wildlife, our environment, or environmental education makes an appropriate acknowledgement of achievement or remembrance.

Please click here to read our donor bill of rights.