Twelve groups from across the region are partnering to raise funds to continue their crucial missions of protecting and preserving our vital natural resources.
Today, more than ever, help is needed to support the work to preserve and protect the green spaces we love. In the midst of a global pandemic, our parks, forests, wetlands, hiking trails, rivers and streams are there for us. They give us a place of peace, discovery, joy and rejuvenation for our physical and mental wellbeing. And we need them to be there for us in the future. We need clean air to breathe, clean water to drink, and healthy soils to grow our food.
For the month of February, the Gifts That Grow campaign unites local and regional not-for-profit groups to help raise awareness and needed funds to continue their work. The campaign is a collaboration managed by the Partners for the Environment including:
- Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm
- Beaver Creek Wetlands Association
- B-W Greenway Community Land Trust
- Brukner Nature Center
- Central State University
- Clark County Park District
- Glen Helen Association
- Learning Tree Farm
- Little Miami River Watershed Network
- Marianist Environmental Education Center
- Tecumseh Land Trust
- Rivers Institute at the University of Dayton
The Gifts That Grow fundraising campaign will run through February 28, 2021.
They need your help today! Donate now at https://tinyurl.com/GiftsThatGrow2021.
The funds raised during the Gifts That Grow campaign will be split evenly among the participating organizations. The Partners for the Environment is a Component Fund of The Dayton Foundation. For more information: www.gdpartners.org
The Partners for the Environment is an alliance of environmental organizations, government and civic organizations, and public and private educational institutions. These organizations share the common goal of protecting, restoring, preserving, and promoting the environmental and agricultural resources of the Great Miami River and Little Miami River Watersheds – an 18 county region in southwest Ohio.