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Giving Tuesday 2023

Double Your Gift to the Lands & Waters of Skagit County on Giving Tuesday

Make a gift today or mark your calendar for November 28th

Your donation to Skagit Land Trust during Giving Tuesday will make a positive impact on nature in the Skagit. It will protect places for wildlife. It will connect the next generation with lands they will one day care for.

Your gift now through November 28th will go further! All gifts for Giving Tuesday will be doubled thanks to a $25,000 match.

Interested in making a gift from your IRA, Donor Advised Fund, or with stock for Giving Tuesday?

Many members have found this to be a smart and tax-savvy way to support land conservation here in the Skagit. Email Development Director Laura Hartner,, today about the gift you'd like to make. We will count your IRA, DAF, or stock gift towards our Giving Tuesday matching challenge.

2024 will be an important year for conserving the places we all love. You can have a huge impact on that work by making a gift during Giving Tuesday.

For more than 30 years, this community of 1,600 members, 300+ volunteers, and 40+ partners has -

• conserved 10,000+ acres

• protected 48+ miles of shoreline

• connected thousands of people with the land

Giving Tuesday is about looking for ways to support the causes you care about and help your community. These days it is more crucial than ever to come together to protect and conserve the lands we all love.

Your gift during Giving Tuesday will also go twice as far! A generous group of members have provided a $25,000 MATCH for all gifts that come in during Giving Tuesday.

Each acre conserved,
shoreline protected,
habitat restored,
only happens because you value and care about the world around you. Thank you!

During this season we take time to reflect on what we are grateful for. Here at Skagit Land Trust, we are grateful for you. Thanks to your membership support, critical natural lands in the Skagit will be here for generations of people and wildlife to enjoy. Thank you!

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