Leaders in Conservation
Conservation Double Shot
The Nature Conservancy of Canada's (NCC's) Leaders in Conservation is an essential group of supporters who provide the foundation of our efforts to protect British Columbia's important natural spaces by giving an annual gift of $1,000 or more.
As British Columbians, we are enriched by nature's abundance and the diverse, awe-inspiring landscapes found here. The plants, animals and natural communities that thrive across British Columbia are the lifeblood of this province. As development pressure builds and our human footprint expands, protecting this natural heritage for now and forever is the best – and biggest – way to ensure British Columbia continues to thrive for generations to come.
Conservation double shot!
Elana Rosenfeld of Kicking Horse Coffee (Photo courtesy Kicking Horse Coffee)
By becoming a Leader in Conservation now, you have the opportunity to double your conservation investment in British Columbia.
Kicking Horse Coffee, NCC's long-time corporate partner, has pledged to match $1,000 for the next 25 supporters who join our Leaders in Conservation program. By making an annual investment in NCC of at least $1,000 ($84 per month) you will become a Leader in Conservation and Kicking Horse Coffee will match this support with another $1,000 to double your conservation investment in BC.
Becoming a Leader in Conservation takes commitment and resolve to be the difference for the future of wild spaces in British Columbia. We encourage you to join this dedicated and growing team of British Columbians.
- By email at Chris.Perrin@natureconservancy.ca
- By phone at 1-888-404-8428 ext 244.
- By using our secure online Leaders in Conservation donation form
What it means to be a Leader in Conservation in British Columbia
Our Leaders in Conservation are among the most important investors in our conservation work in British Columbia. By making an annual gift of $1,000 or more in support of NCC's core work, Leaders in Conservation provide the critical funding that makes possible the due diligence activities that need to occur before every conservation land purchase or stewardship project can go ahead. This reliable, annual funding allows NCC to conduct field work, property research and analysis, scientific evaluation, education and public outreach.
As a member of the Leaders in Conservation community, you will be standing shoulder-to-shoulder on the front lines of conservation. In recognition of this, Leaders in BC benefit from early invitations to NCC events, including exclusive opportunities to meet speakers, scientists and conservation specialists who participate in NCC events. Property tours, guided nature walks and other exciting opportunities to experience nature and see conservation first-hand are also in the works for BC’s Leaders in Conservation in 2017. Join our Leaders' community and grow your network of concerned conservationists while helping to preserve some of BC’s important and beautiful natural places for now and forever.