Earth Saving News > November 3, 2011

Are you ready to Give to the Max for a healthy environment?

The Potomac and Anacostia Rivers, Rock Creek Park, our National Mall, the Tidal Basin, Great Falls, our amazing shorelines and bays – if you’re a current or former D.C. resident (or just a patriotic American), these places are probably up there on the list of things you love about the Greater Washington D.C. area. Here in the Mid-Atlantic region none of us are far from some of our nation’s most iconic and cherished landscapes, wildlife and watersheds.

The D.C. area is also home to some of our nation’s most trusted national and local environmental and conservation organizations, and we’re asking you to rally online just one day next week to support the work they do in your community, your region, and around the world!

For 24 hours on November 9th, Greater DC area non-profit organizations will be reaching out to thousands of supporters to try to break the national record for online giving in a metropolitan region. You can be a part of it! Check out which EarthShare national and Mid-Atlantic members are participating in the event below, and click on the charity name to be redirected to their Give to the Max fundraising page.

Or, you can support all of them with a gift through EarthShare – we’re participating too! Please stay tuned for more info about caring for your environment through Give to the Max Day!

EarthShare Mid-Atlantic Members

Accokeek Foundation
Anacostia Watershed Society
Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States
Bethesda Green
Clean Water Fund
Potomac Conservancy
Potomac Riverkeeper

EarthShare National Members

African Wildlife Foundation
American Farmland Trust
American Forests
American Rivers
Beyond Pesticides
Center for Health, Environment and Justice
The Conservation Fund
Conservation International
Defenders of Wildlife
Earth Day Network
Environment America Research & Policy Center
Environmental Law Institute
Environmental and Energy Study Institute
Friends of the Earth
Izaak Walton League of America
The Jane Goodall Institute for Wildlife Research, Education and Conservation
Land Trust Alliance
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
National Parks Conservation Association
National Wildlife Federation
The Nature Conservancy
Ocean Conservancy
Oceana
Scenic America
The Wilderness Society
World Wildlife Fund

EarthShare Public Sector Members

Amazon Conservation Team
Carbonfund.org
Food & Water Watch
Friends of the National Zoo
Galapagos Conservancy, Inc.
League of Conservation Voters Education Fund
Physicians for Social Responsibility
Restore America's Estuaries
World Resources Institute


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