November 30 is GivingTuesday and thanks to a matching gift from a generous member, all donations to WildEarth Guardians between now and then will be doubled

November 24, 2021

Tuesday, November 30 is GivingTuesday, a global day of generosity focused on unleashing the power of people to transform our world. Thanks to a matching gift from an anonymous supporter, you can double your support to WildEarth Guardians this year.

Donate to WildEarth Guardians between now and GivingTuesday and your gift of $10 doubles to $20, $25 becomes $50, and $100 turns into $200!

That means your gift will go twice as far defending the things you love most: Freedom to roam for wolves and grizzlies, wild and protected public lands, free-flowing living rivers, democratized and decarbonized energy systems that safeguard our climate, and so much more.

Time after time in 2021, we went to court—and won—thanks to your support.

Your outcries helped stop a Trump-era fossil fuel grab at the doorstep of Bryce Canyon National Park, keeping more than 30 million tons of coal in the ground.

When the government failed to protect Joshua trees from the impact of climate change, we took them to court to ensure these desert icons survive into the next century.

With you at our side, we convinced a federal court to reject crucial aspects of the Flathead National Forest revised forest plan for failing to adequately assess conservation needs for threatened grizzly bears and bull trout.

In October, Guardians and our allies successfully restricted snaring on millions of acres of public lands in Montana—including near Glacier and Yellowstone national parks—a victory that could literally save the lives of hundreds of wolves this year.

This GivingTuesday, I encourage you to take the opportunity to stand together in unity and reaffirm your support for the Wild. Please join me and double your impact.

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John Horning | Executive Director, WildEarth Guardians

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