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You can help keep Central Wisconsin’s forests, wildlife, water, and agricultural heritage strong, healthy, and enduring for future generations. We are counting on you! 

Donate Online
 
You can donate through our safe and secure online system at any time. Click the donate button to the right. We will never share your personal information with anyone for any reason. Golden Sands RC&D is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, which means that any donation you make is tax-deductible to the maximum allowed by law.
  
Donate by Mail

Mail us a donation and include the donation form at the bottom of this page. Thank you!

Planned Giving

Many people make donations through their wills to the people and causes that are important to them. Consider supporting Golden Sands RC&D to make sure Central Wisconsin has clean water, healthy forests, abundant wildlife, and sustainable agriculture for generations to come.

Sponsorship Opportunities

We need you!  Our project sponsors are a critical part of making good things happen.  When local companies sponsor our projects, we benefit from a successful project, and they benefit from positive exposure for their company.  Contact us at info@goldensandsrcd.org to inquire about upcoming sponsorship opportunities!

Your Donation At Work

Every donation helps. Your financial support directly translates into a real difference in Central Wisconsin. Read more about our 2015 accomplishments at this link.

Here are some examples of what your money may fund:
 
$100 funds 1 classroom lesson for 5th graders to learn about water issues
$500 funds a free consultation for a farmer interested in Management Intensive Grazing
$3,500 funds an invasive species field trip for high school students to clean up a park
$5,000 funds a conservation field day for 350 students to learn about groundwater, fish, aquatic insects, invasive species, and more! 

Neighbors helping neighbors is what Golden Sands RC&D is all about. Since 1972, we have been working across county lines to address local concerns and make Central Wisconsin a better place to live and work. 



Subpages (1): 2015 Accomplishments
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Kristy SeBlonka,
Sep 29, 2015, 10:13 AM