Children from the Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation in the Northwest Territories enjoy a day exploring outdoors in their traditional territory.
Exploring the Outdoors Children from the Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation in the Northwest Territories enjoy a day exploring outdoors in their traditional territory. © Pat Kane

Ways to Give

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We envision a Canada where people and nature thrive together.

 

Thinking about the future of nature in today's world can be overwhelming. The challenges we face, from unsustainable resource development to climate change, are complex and multi-layered. The opposing sides are fierce. And the stakes are high. It may seem impossible to build a future where nature and people thrive.

But it's not. Nature United brings together communities, governments, and other partners to find new pathways towards a sustainable future. It takes courage, patience, and a steadfast commitment to finding common ground. It takes decades of wisdom gained from successes and failures. It takes trust. It takes donors who see the power of a united approach.

Together, we can build a future for nature and people.

Membership Benefits

When you join Nature United, you will play a critical role in a global conservation mission. You'll enjoy membership benefits including:

The Power of Core Support

We’re looking for donors whose trust and investment will fuel our long-term mission, ability to scale, and commitment to the local communities that are at the heart of conservation. Gifts that include core support, meaning funds that can be targeted to our greatest areas of need without restriction, enable us to nimbly direct resources toward the greatest return on investment.

Special Membership Levels

  • A group of seals in Clayoquot Sound.

    Friends of Nature United

    A special group of supporters leading conservation action in Canada. With annual gifts of $1,000 or more, they help us preserve nature for generations to come. Become a Friend of Nature United

  • A bull moose takes a leap in Oxbow Bend, Yellowstone National Park.

    Nature Advocates

    With annual gifts of $5,000 or more, this circle is helping increase Canada’s global impact. Additional benefits include personalized updates from the field. Become a Nature Advocate

  • Julianne Mason and Robert Duncan try salmon fishing (above) as part of the Supporting Emerging Aboriginal Stewards (SEAS) internship.

    Conservation Champions

    To broaden our reach and achieve results at scale, Canada needs Champions. Members of this generous group have chosen to support Nature United with annual gifts of $10,000 or more. Become a Conservation Champion

  •  A female grizzly bear and her two cubs are on alert after sensing the presence of a male grizzly bear in Hallo Bay, Alaska.

    The Legacy Club

    Make the most lasting gift of all by remembering Nature United in your will or estate plans or by creating a life-income gift with Nature United. Learn more about The Legacy Club

Our vision is for a Canada where people and nature thrive together.

Donating from the United States?

If you are based in the US, you can make a secure, online donation through our global affiliate at nature.org/canada.