End-of-Year Appeal 2013

Dear Friends of Los Angeles Audubon:

Thank you for your interest and involvement in Los Angeles Audubon.

Please consider a donation to LA Audubon as the year draws to a close. If you are a member, please consider an additional gift. If you are not a member, please take this opportunity to join. Why? Because we need you!

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This year, we continue to focus on our elementary, middle, and high school environmental education programs and we once again have an anonymous donor who will match any donations made as part of this campaign. These programs touch the lives of thousands of children and young men and women each year, and help them connect to birds and nature. They are the future of conservation, and with your help, we can do more.

Here is how we would put your donation to work:

  • $10 — One training packet containing essential science and conservation reading for a Greenhouse Program student
  • $15 — Replace a broken compass for a student to navigate with during a field trip
  • $20 — Rite-in-the-rain© field notebooks for 3 Greenhouse Interns
  • $30 — Color media art kits for 12 young science illustrators in training
  • $35 — Black and white media art kits for 12 young science illustrators in training
  • $80 — Replace a broken pair of binoculars
  • $80 — Production cost of one mounted research poster created by a Greenhouse Intern
  • $90 — Provide one dissecting microscope to the science illustration program or Kenneth Hahn Program
  • $100 — Baldwin Hills Greenhouse Program t-shirts for 12 students (we need 40 shirts)
  • $120 — A portable EZ-up shade tent for use during field ecology classes
  • $250 — Provide the feast for the “Food Ecology” session of the Greenhouse Program summer boot camp for 40 students
  • $400 — a bus for 65 students to attend a field trip at Debs Park or Ballona Wetlands
  • $500 — Stipend for one Greenhouse Program Restoration Leader for one academic year
  • $1000 — Stipend for one Greenhouse Program Intern for one academic year
  • $2000 — One 5-week science illustration workshop for 40 elementary school students

Our many active volunteers, staff, and board share a vision that Los Angeles Audubon can continue to grow as a leader for education and conservation, restoration and birding in Los Angeles and the greater region.

We cannot do this without your continued support.

No matter where you live, or how much you can give, please join in our work by making a year-end donation by following the link below. If you have never given before we pledge to find a matching donation to cover a full membership no matter how much you give.

Click here to make a donation to Los Angeles Audubon.

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Los Angeles Audubon is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit and a certified chapter of the National Audubon Society. We work together as an Audubon Network to promote the enjoyment and conservation of birds around the world and to educate the next generation of birders and conservationists.

To support this work in Los Angeles and promote our cutting-edge urban education and citizen science programs, please become a Los Angeles Audubon member or send an additional donation today! And don’t forget, any amount you give will be doubled by our matching donor.

For the birds,

Los Angeles Audubon Society Board of Directors
Travis Longcore
Margot Griswold
Garry George
Kara Donohue
Bradley Rumble
Lisa Fimiani
David De Lange
and

Carol Babeli, Development Director

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