All we want for Christmas is an olive-sided flycatcher in a Douglas-fir tree

Help us unwrap a $100,000 pledge from the Sitka Foundation to close 2020 with a big win!

With the end of 2020 approaching, we need your help in providing BC’s Coastal Douglas-fir forests with a holiday gift that we can all celebrate. Thanks to your generous support of our campaign with the Pender Islands Conservancy to permanently protect the S’DÁYES Flycatcher Forest, we’ve  already unlocked a matching gift of $50,000, bringing our current fundraising total to $158,400! 

Today, the Sitka Foundation has pledged $100,000 in matched funding to protect the S’DÁYES Flycatcher Forest, and it comes with a challenge. 

If we can raise a further $36,000 then we activate the pledge from the Sitka Foundation – putting us $100,000 from our ultimate goal, $395,000.

When Raincoast and the Pender Islands Conservancy decided to purchase a 13-acre property on North Pender Island in late November, we were motivated by urgency. The assemblage of ecosystems characteristic of the Coastal Douglas-fir biogeoclimatic zone are being lost at an unsustainable rate. This is one clear step toward reversing that trend. 

Will you help us realize our holiday wish?

Are you looking for a way to make change?

You can help us. We would love for you to help us.

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Lauren wearing a blue toque and a burgundy shirt.