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Workplace Giving

Save the Earth While You Work

Save the Earth While You Work

You can save the Earth while you work by donating to The Nature Conservancy via your workplace giving campaign.

Workplace giving makes it easy to give to The Nature Conservancy and help us protect nature and preserve life by providing a stable flow of support for our conservation work.

The Nature Conservancy participates in several workplace charity campaigns including the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC #10643), state employee campaigns and several corporate campaigns.

How Workplace Giving Works for Nature

The Nature Conservancy is a member of EarthShare®, a nationwide network of America’s leading nonprofit environmental and conservation organizations that works to promote charitable giving through workplace giving campaigns.

When you make a pledge to The Nature Conservancy through EarthShare®, your specified amount will be automatically deducted from each paycheck and donated to the Conservancy.

Your donation will have an immediate impact in helping us preserve plants, animals and natural communities all over the world, each and every day.

Giving through our payroll deduction also entitles you to full membership benefits, including our award-winning magazine, Nature Conservancy, which features in-depth updates on conservation projects throughout the world.

For more information about EarthShare®, including how your employer can host its own campaign, go to EarthShare’s Web site at

Your Support Makes a Difference

The Nature Conservancy has high ratings from Charity Navigator for Accountability and Transparency and is a BBB Wise Giving Alliance Accredited Charity!

Thank you again for being a Member of The Nature Conservancy. Only with the continued support of caring people like you, have we been able to protect more than 119 million critical acres in the United States and around the world.

We’re Accountable

The Nature Conservancy makes careful use of your support.

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