Become a Conservation Partner
As a Conservation Partner, you will join a group of generous Nature Conservancy supporters who have made a commitment to conservation by making gifts totaling $1,000 or more to the Conservancy over the course of a year. Your gifts provide critical funds to continue our groundbreaking conservation programs across the United States and around the world.
Conservation Partner Benefits
As a Conservation Partner, you help provide the critical support to protect nature and preserve life for future generations. Some of the exclusive member benefits include:
- Special communications: Through the Inside Nature newsletter and special update letters, you'll be kept up to date about Conservancy strategies, achievements and challenges in preserving the diversity of life on Earth.
- Invitations to special events: From special events to opportunities to participate in the Conservancy's work, you'll have more opportunities to learn more about how our work is making a positive impact for people and nature.
- And more!: See all of The Nature Conservancy's special member benefits.
Learn More About Our Conservation Work
Watch our recent Conservation Lands Webcast, featuring a dynamic presentation by the Conservancy’s Managing Director of Conservation Lands, Kent Wommack—celebrating our achievements in protecting vital lands for people and wildlife in the United States. Please contact us if you have any questions, or if you experience any technical difficulties.
See how we apply high-level strategies to our conservation work around the world, including the following areas:
- Land Conservation: Building on our tradition of protecting lands and waters, we work to balance growing development needs with those of nature; build relationships with communities, companies and governments; and increase funding for large-scale conservation projects.
- People and Conservation: Protecting nature isn’t about putting up fences around pristine places to keep people out. We’re about protecting the places and resources we depend on for the benefit of all species — plants, animals and people.
- Rainforests: The Nature Conservancy is working around the world in places like Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula to protect rainforests, engaging local and indigenous communities in creative solutions that balance the needs of people with nature.
- Coral Reefs: The Nature Conservancy is dedicated to protecting these vital ecosystems and all the corals, fish and people that depend on them.
Become a Conservation Partner, and you can help The Nature Conservancy take on the tough issues facing conservation today.
You can help provide essential funding for conservation initiatives.
It's easy to give with our safe and secure online form. Or, if you prefer, you can make your gift by mail or phone:
The Nature Conservancy
Attn: Treasury (web/conservation partners)
4245 N. Fairfax Drive, Suite 100
Arlington, VA 22203, USA