Île aux Grues upper marsh (Photo by NCC)

Île aux Grues upper marsh (Photo by NCC)

Donor Spotlight

  • Luana Boulanger (Photo by Maria Navarro)
    Luana Boulanger: For the love of the land

    On the land she has come to love deeply, Luana Boulanger reflects on the beauty of nature and its benefits and meditates on its complex and delicate balance. By donating her property to a partner organization of the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), she is ensuring a future for this place that inspires contemplation and learning.

  • Matyas Henn (Photo by NCC)
    Matyas Henn: protecting where the animals live

    You’re never too young to protect nature. Take Matyas Henn, age 4, who recently donated all of his pocket money to the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC).

  • Trail marking at Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve (Photo by NCC)
    Paul Archer’s challenge

    At the end of 2018, Paul Archer, chair of the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC)'s regional board and a loyal NCC partner, took up a fundraising challenge. Its goal: to support NCC in our efforts to provide access to nature through the development of safe trails.

  • Paul Archer (NCC), Denis Paradis (Government of Canada), Jean Laporte (NCC), Isabelle Charest (Government of Quebec), Robert Winsor (donor), Marie-Josée Auclair (Appalachian Corridor), Joël Bonin (NCC), Mélanie Lelièvre (Appalachian Corridor), Michel Saucier (donor), Gisèle Beaulieu (donor), Jacques Drolet (Bolton-Ouest) and Bertrand Larivée (Conservation lac à la Truite Orford) (Photo by Martin Beaulieu)
    They’re protecting the Green Mountains

    Sometimes, it’s a special love for a region that motivates our donors. A look at our recent recognition event in the heart of the Green Mountains, in the Eastern Townships, is a shining example of that.

  • Shirley Gavlas (Photo by Martin Beaulieu)
    NCC, as seen by our donors

    What does NCC mean to our donors? Three of them generously took the time to let us know.

  • Tim Hartley (Photo by Wendy Hartley)
    Interview with Timothy (Tim) Hartley, ambassador for the protection of Kenauk, a territory located in Montebello, Outaouais

    A loyal donor, active volunteer and Leader in Conservation, Tim Hartley joined the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in 2014. His visionary spirit is an undeniable asset to our organization. Learn what motivates him to continue this relationship.

  • Peter Solonysznyj (Photo by Silvana Pozzebon)
    Peter Solonysznyj, long-time NCC volunteer and donor in Quebec

    Peter Solonysznyj has been a faithful and committed donor, leader in conservation and Conservation Volunteer at the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) since 2008. Learn about what motivates him to be such a nature lover.

  • Bolton Hills (Photo by NCC)
    Q&A with Joan, long-time NCC donor in Quebec

    Joan has been a faithful and committed donor to the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) since 2004. Learn about her affinity for nature and why she remains a long-time supporter of NCC.

  • Jean-Michel Beaulieu (left), before the start (Photo by Marie-Eve Dufresne)
    Jean-Michel Beaulieu: Going the distance for our environment

    I realized the need to help protect Canada’s natural heritage early on. The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) seemed to me the best choice, due to its unparalleled mission, its work and its efficiency.

  • Dr. Philippe Blais (Photo courtesy of Dr. Philippe Blais)
    Dr. Philippe Blais

    Dr. Philippe Blais shares his experience as a donor and volunteer. A Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) partner since 2009 and a Leader in Conservation, Dr. Blais is also an active volunteer.

  • Mrs. Jean Harwood and Mr. Richard Gregson (Photo courtesy of the Gregsons)
    Portrait of two precious NCC donors in Quebec

    We sat down with,Mr. Richard Gregson and Mrs. Jean Harwood Gregson, a couple of our committed donors in Quebec, to get a sense what kind of legacy they hope to leave for future generations.

  • Portage Lake (Photo by Claude Duchaîne)
    Trottier Family Foundation

    We sat down with the Trottier Family Foundation to get a sense what motivated them to support environmental philanthropy.

  • Laurier Beaudoin
    Laurier Beaudoin

    Laurier Beaudoin first decided to include NCC in his will as a major beneficiary, and went on to become a volunteer and key partner in strategic community consultations.

  • Joan B. Rose (Photo courtesy of Joan B. Rose)
    Joan B. Rose

    "I am proud that I have been a long-time supporter of the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC). I became a supporter because of my love of wildlife and the habitats they live in."

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