On the brink of campaign success – New $50,000 match funding

With this matching funding in place, if we can raise $48,345, you will have edged us over the finishing line.

A Grizzly bear rests on the shores of the Great Bear Rainforest.

Photo by Andy Wright.

We have some great news! With just weeks left to buy the Nadeea trophy hunting tenure, an anonymous donor has offered to match the last $50,000. As of this morning you have already helped us to to raise $401,655.

With this matching funding in place, if we can raise $48,345, you will have edged us over the finishing line.

We will have reached our goal and with it a permanent end to commercial trophy hunting in the Nadeea tenure and 2,350 square kilometers of the Great Bear Rainforest. This will leave a permanent legacy of safety from commercial trophy hunting for generations of bears, wolves, cougars and other species. We need only buy these rights once and then we hold them forever.

From community events to marathon runners, grizzly bath bombs to grizzly bars, so many people have stepped up to support our efforts in partnership with Coastal First Nations.

Each dollar you donate will now be doubled. Help us make 2018 a year to remember for all coastal carnivores and please consider a donation today.

For all coastal carnivores.

Brian Falconer on the Achiever.

Brian Falconer, Guide Outfitter Coordinator

You can find Brian at his desk and on the Achiever navigating the waters of the Great Bear Rainforest. He’s here for the coast.

This Saturday (Dec. 8) join us at the Audain Art Museum in Whistler, with our partners the Grizzly bear Foundation, as we open the last showing of the One Shot for Coastal Carnivores exhibit. We’ll have great door prizes, drinks and amazing canapes from the chefs at Nimmo Bay Wilderness resort – ticket proceeds directly support this campaign.

Each dollar you donate will now be doubled! Help us make 2018 a year to remember.

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