Thank you for considering a gift to Connecticut Audubon Society (CAS)!
Connecticut Audubon Society, the original and still independent Audubon organization in our state, has been caring for our environment and educating our youth for more than a century. Whether protecting critical habitats, advocating statewide for responsible conservation practices, or providing our children with high-quality and comprehensive experiential education, we need the support of friends and members like you to remain the leading conservation partner in your community.
As we expand our efforts to conserve Connecticut’s environment, we are at a critical juncture. Connecticut’s land is deteriorating but, together, we have the power to take the steps needed to preserve our open space, to rehabilitate our land, and to inspire the next generation of conservationists so that Connecticut is beautiful for centuries to come.
Whether you are making an individual gift, supporting an education program, joining our President’s Club, or investing in our land conservation, your support makes a direct impact in Connecticut. Please consider making a gift today.
The Mabel Osgood Wright Society: Making the Connecticut Audubon Society a part of your legacy.
In the spirit of our founder, Mabel Osgood Wright, a gift to the Connecticut Audubon Society (CAS) in your estate plans will continue to support the conservation of Connecticut far into the future. When you make a legacy gift by including CAS in your will or other planned giving, you are giving CAS the ability to protect Connecticut’s most precious bird species and natural habitats. Your legacy gift will directly fund the conservation of the state of Connecticut, now and for generations to come. Learn more about Planned Giving at the Connecticut Audubon Society in our Planned Giving Brochure.
You may also be interested in seeing your contribution help each year with a personally significant annual gift. For more information about the different ways you can support the Connecticut Audubon Society, please contact Andrea Kerin at 203-259-0416 x402, or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.