Wildlife Grant for WildEarth Guardians

April 25, 2009 at 8:40 pm Leave a comment

Please go to this site and vote for WildEarth Guardians in the “Greater Outdoors” project!  The WildEarth Guardians are a FOUR STAR charity (out of four stars) at Charity Navigator (a top auditor of charitable organizations).   Hundreds of charities applied to win the $50,000 (that’s a lot of green!) and the list has been narrowed down to just a few charities – and the WildEarth Guardians (formerly the Forest Guardians) is on the short list! Please help vote, we just have until May 31st.  You can help this charity w/o having to send money – just a couple of clicks! 

Vote here now (and every day) and/or text message “earth” to 39668!

It only takes a minute.  You can vote more than once and you can do it w/o getting any junk mail (there’s a checkbox to make sure you don’t get any extra email, or you can use a fake address. 

We are in the Running… But We Haven’t Won Yet!

Vote here now (and every day) and/or text message “earth” to 39668!

WildEarth Guardians could be the winner!  

Over the last three months, hundreds of environmental nonprofits
were invited to submit proposals for consideration for the
Greater Outdoors Project $50,000 grant from Redwood Creek wines
and Planet Green. A panel of expert judges narrowed down the
submissions to five worthy projects, and WildEarth Guardians is
one of them!

Coinciding with Santa Fe’s 400th anniversary, WildEarth
Guardians’ Santa Fe River “Stream Team” project will use the
grant money to restore a three-mile historic stretch of
America’s most Endangered River and build a trail reconnecting
the community with its namesake river.

To win the $50,000 for the Santa Fe River, we must gather the
Most votes through a public voting contest on RedwoodCreek.com:

From April 1 through May 31, make sure you log on to
RedwoodCreek.com and vote for WildEarth Guardians’ Stream Team
project. You may also text message “earth” to 39668. You can
vote both ways daily!

Restore our most endangered river — vote for WildEarth

For the wild,
Carol Norton
Associate Director
WildEarth Guardians

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