Make a Donation
With your goodwill, some of the most beautiful things can last forever. Things like:
Healthy Rivers & Streams
We look to you to help us secure a sustainable environment for our future. Here are some ways you can support NVCA
Make a monetary donation
Donate by cheque
Please indicate on your cheque which program you wish to support (see below), and ensure the name and address are correct so that you may receive your charitable tax receipt.
All receipts will be sent at end of each calendar year.
To donate by cheque, please send it by mail to:
NVCA, Attn: Donations
8195 8th Line, Utopia, ON, L0M 1T0
Make an in-kind donation
NVCA gratefully accepts in-kind donations
Donate your land
NVCA is honoured to be the recipient of lands that have been donated by individuals, families or organizations who want their land to be conserved for the benefit of the environment and future generations.
Land donations are eligible for a charitable tax receipt for fair market value.
If you wish to retain ownership of your property, options may include management agreements, leases, or legal restrictions on title, such as conservation easements.
Make a bequest
Create your own legacy for conservation in the Nottawasaga watershed.
As part of your estate planning, consider making a gift to NVCA to carry on its environmental work well into the future.
NVCA has been working hard for more than 60 years and takes good stewardship of the watershed seriously.
Our projects include restoring rivers, streams, wetlands as well as tree forests.
Volunteer your time
NVCA values and recognizes the support and contribution of our volunteers.
Volunteer opportunities are available on an ongoing basis through various programs including education, stewardship, events and maple syrup production.
Members of the public are also welcome to join groups of like-minded individuals with a passion to protect and promote our conservation areas, such as the Friends of the Minesing Wetlands.
For more information about in-kind donations, please contact NVCA’s Director, Conservation Services, Kyra Howes
Donor Bill of Rights
All donors are entitled to receive a charitable donations tax receipt.
Donors and prospective donors will never be subjected to coercion or undue pressure.
All reasonable efforts will be taken to honour any request by a donor not to be contacted at home by telephone or other technology; also, all reasonable efforts will be taken to honour requests from donors who are contacted by telephone to receive printed material concerning the NVCA.
Any confidential information from or about donors that is obtained by or on behalf of the NVCA shall not be disclosed without the express consent of the donor.