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Corporate Partners for Conservation

Connecticut

We are proud to call Connecticut our home and fortunate to do business where waters are clean, forests vibrant and communities strong. But Connecticut is not immune to threats that jeopardize these natural and community resources.

The Corporate Partners for Conservation in Connecticut (CPCC) is The Nature Conservancy's corporate giving organization in Connecticut. CPCC gives businesses a way to play a vital role in protecting our natural heritage.


Member Benefits

Through the Corporate Partners for Conservation in Connecticut your business can partner with one of the most trusted organizations in the country.

When you become a partner by making a tax-deductible cash or in-kind contribution of $1,000 or more, you will receive the following benefits:

•Recognition: Your company will be recognized on The Nature Conservancy's Web site and at our annual Report to Partners and may be included in advertising in support of the Corporate Partners for Conservation

•Networking: You will be invited to select Nature Conservancy trips and events, which provide a great opportunity to build relationships with other business and conservation leaders in the state. You will also be invited to our annual recognition event

 

 


Conservation is Good Business

For more information about CPCC or to find out how your business can become a member, please contact: Jill Cancellieri at (203) 568-6283.

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