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Ways to Give to Scenic America

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You can support Scenic America by making an online donation here, or by mailing a check to:

Scenic America
1307 New Hampshire Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036

All contributions are 100% tax-deductible, or to the extent allowed by law.

Other Ways to Give

EarthShare

EarthShare_logoOne of the simplest and most efficient ways to support Scenic America is by donating at work through EarthShare, a network of more than 400 local, state, national and international environmental and conservation organizations.  EarthShare gives America’s employers and employees an easy and effective way to care for the environment through workplace giving campaigns.  More and more companies are giving their employees the opportunity to support Scenic America through EarthShare, and many will even match your gift. 

When you make a pledge to Scenic America through EarthShare, your specified contribution will be automatically deducted from each paycheck and donated to Scenic America and your gifts are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.  Just select Scenic America during your workplace giving campaign and your contribution will go far in helping us to preserve and enhance the visual character of our country.

If your workplace is not currently involved, EarthShare will work with your employer to set up a program that meets your company's needs. To learn more, visit them online at earthshare.org, call them at 1-800-875-3863 or contact Scenic America at 202-463-1294.

Combined Federal Campaign

CFC_logoEach fall, EarthShare participates in the largest workplace giving campaign in the world: The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), which is tailored to meet the needs of federal employees, including U.S. postal workers and the U.S. military at home and overseas. To give to Scenic America through the CFC, simply enter CFC campaign #11439 on your pledge card during your fund drive and return it to your campaign coordinator.

 
 
 

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