Yes, your contribution matters. A lot.
It is people and businesses who believe in conservation that make it happen - people and businesses who find themselves nodding their heads in agreement when they read about the Seventh Generation Institute's "New School" approach.
If conservation and sustainability are your values, then help us build that vibrant future for nature and people. Help conserve and restore the natural resources and healthy ecosystems of the western US and beyond (sometimes very far beyond) through a contribution to Seventh Generation Institute. Natural resources and healthy ecosystems are the keys to maintaining "resource-full" communities, now and for future generations.
Support from real people and businesses provides the financial foundation for Seventh Generation Institute. Yes, we secure public funds and grants, but these funds have become much less plentiful in recent years, and are not a steady source of funds - not a good way to run a steady organization.
All contributions are appreciated, no matter the size.
How to make a contribution
Please make your check payable to Seventh Generation Institute and mail to:
Seventh Generation Institute 1000 Cordova Place #75 Santa Fe NM 87594
or Seventh Generation Institute PO Box 7126 Ketchum ID 83340.
Either one will reach us. Thank you!
By Credit Card
Credit card donations are managed through Stripe (stripe.com), a secure online credit card processor.
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Seventh Generation Institute is a nonprofit conservation organization under IRS code 501(c)3, with EIN 20-5483251.
All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law and will receive a thank you letter that serves to document your charitable contribution.
Institute documents are found below.
Please note that Seventh Generation Institute has no affiliation with Seventh Generation Corporation, the maker of household cleaning products, diapers, etc.
How is my contribution used? So many ways...
Office and field equipment and supplies and software. In 2019, the Institute is seeking funds to purchase biocontrol agents for the Nurture the Natives project, update photo and video editing software, purchase one new computer.
Utilities, internet service, website hosting, printing, mailing and shipping costs.
Insurance. This is a big one for organizations that do field work. Depending on the year's specific projects, insurance costs can run between $1-5000.
Travel expenses. Seems like our staff are constantly on the go. This category covers the cost of staff trips to 1) visit, meet with landowners and assess sites for potential beaver reintroduction; 2) trapping and relocation; 3) construction of flow devices; 4) show the film Rethinking Beaver: old nuisance or partner?"; 5) deliver workshops on beaver impact management; 6) identify, set up logistics and partners for projects for the International Program and for the Outsider Corps; 7) travel to and from the Pecos Wildnerness for pika and climate monitoring ... and more.