Donations to Riverkeeper make our work possible. Together we can protect the Hudson River and the drinking water supply for 9 million New Yorkers. Below is a list of the many ways you can make a contribution.
Riverkeeper members make our work possible. Do your part to protect the Hudson River and protect our drinking water supply today by becoming a member.
Support efforts to Close Indian Point, bring polluters to justice and restore residents’ connection to the waterfront: Donate
Support efforts to prevent risky fracking, stop illegal discharges from New York City’s reservoirs and protect our drinking water supply: Donate
Help us test the water, investigate and stop polluters and advocate for a state Sewage Right to Know Law: Donate
Help us replace this dangerous, destructive nuclear power plant with a more sustainable energy supply: Donate
Help us build a successful campaign to protect the river and Hudson Valley communities from risks associated with crude oil transport: Donate
By choosing to become a sustaining member, you provide Riverkeeper with a reliable stream of funding to underwrite our important work. It’s a simple way to give each month by credit card. Questions? Contact Allison Chamberlain at 914-478-4501 x232.
Riverkeeper accepts gifts of appreciated stock, which are sold upon receipt to support our work and programs. To make a gift, please contact Missy Falkenberg, VP for Development, at 914-478-4501 ext. 229, or email@example.com.
Clearing Firm: National Financial Services (NFS)
Firm Name: JP Morgan Clearing Corp. Contact: Giuseppe Gigliotti, #914-949-1521.
Client Account Number: 73325495
Client Account Name: Riverkeeper Inc.
DTC Clearing #: 0352
Our Federal ID# – 13-3204621
NY State Charity # 30-42-97
Help to ensure a promising future for the Hudson River and the New York City Watershed by making arrangements to include Riverkeeper in your estate planning. Planned giving is a lasting way of ensuring our clean water mission endures for generations. Special gifts can be achieved through bequests or charitable trusts, and can include real estate, bonds or other tangible assets.
In addition to sustaining Riverkeeper’s mission and providing a meaningful legacy, these special ways of giving offer several benefits to donors. Since the tax rules regarding this type of donation regularly change, Riverkeeper strongly encourages you to consult with an attorney who specializes in estate planning and estate and gift taxes before deciding what best suits your needs.
If you wish to discuss the language of your bequest or seek additional information on planned giving opportunities, please contact Missy Falkenberg, VP for Development, at 914-478-4501 ext. 229, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Business support for Riverkeeper helps us protect the environment, for this and future generations. Questions? Contact Dan Shapley at 914-478-4501 x226 or email@example.com.
Honor a friend or family member, or their memory, with a gift in their name. Honorary and memorial donations are lasting and meaningful alternatives to gifts or flowers. Many choose such a gift to recognize a friend or family member’s love of the Hudson River.
If your employer participates in an annual giving campaigns like EarthShare, you can easily designate your donations to Riverkeeper in the form of payroll deductions.
Instead of gifts for your next birthday or anniversary, you can ask friends and family to donate to Riverkeeper! We work with three partners that make it easy to pool donations in support of our work to protect the Hudson River and the drinking water supply of 9 million New Yorkers. Charity Panda, Party for Humanity and FirstGiving are great options for birthday, wedding and anniversary gifts, and for school or scout volunteer projects.
Membership Services Manager
Phone: 914-478-4501 ext. 232
Or mail in your donation to:
Membership Services Manager
20 Secor Road, Ossining, NY 10562
Not all contributions are financial. Find out how you can volunteer for Riverkeeper.