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Donate to the Mono Lake Committee

There are many ways for you to support the Mono Lake Committee's work, either financially or by other ways.

Make a donation now:
Donate

Plan a special gift:
* contribute in-kind gifts
* bequests and endowments
* memorial gifts
* matching gifts

On the web:
* order something from our bookstore
* shop online at Amazon.com using a link from this website
* eBay Giving: buy or sell items on eBay
* mention you heard about Medicine Flower body oils and aromatherapy products on the Mono Lake Website and they will donate 5% of your purchase to the Mono Lake Committee
* do a Goodsearch internet search and a penny for each search goes to the Mono Lake Committee
* if you shop through major stores at Goodshop.com, they'll donate an average of 3% (and up to 37%) of all of your purchases to the Mono Lake Committee
* go sailing with Capt. Kirk's San Francisco Sailing, and if you mention Mono Lake when you book the trip, Capt. Kirk will donate 20% to the Mono Lake Committee


  • In person
  • One-time gifts
  • Bequests


* take a canoe tour
* attend a Field Seminar 
* participate in one of our events


We gratefully accept one-time donations of any amount. The Mono Lake Committee is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. If you make a donation of $25.00 or more, you will become a Mono Lake Committee member (if you'd rather not be a member, just let us know).

Donate


We gratefully accept bequests and endowments. The following example of general bequest language may be helpful (this is not legal advice; please consult an attorney): "I give and bequeath to the Mono Lake Committee, Highway 395 & 3rd Street, Lee Vining, CA 93541, the sum of $____ to be used as its board of directors determines." Other options include: instructing the Committee to invest your bequest with the income only to be used as the board of directors determines; leaving a specific percentage of the value of your estate; and leaving the residue of your estate after you have provided for family members and other beneficiaries. We encourage you to seek advice from an attorney or financial planner. You may discover that a charitable bequest can provide tax savings or other benefits. And you may find that you can make a more significant gift to Mono Lake through your estate than you ever thought possible in your lifetime. Individuals who have included the Mono Lake Committee in their estate plans are recognized in perpetuity in the Friends of Mono Lake Forever. Each year, the Friends of Mono Lake Forever are listed in the Mono Lake Committee's Annual Report (we also honor requests for anonymity). Please contact us for more information.

Memorial gifts

We gratefully accept gifts in memory of friends and family who have passed away. Memorial gifts are acknowledged in the quarterly Mono Lake Newsletter. We are still working on secure means of accepting gifts online, so please contact us.

Matching gifts

If your company has a matching gifts program, you can double your support by participating! Contact your corporate HR department to find out.
 


If you have questions or wish to speak to a person about your support, please contact our Membership Coordinator at (760) 647-6595.

Mono Lake
Committee Mission

The Mono Lake Committee is a 16,000 member non-profit citizens’ group dedicated to protecting and restoring the Mono Basin ecosystem, educating the public about Mono Lake and the impacts on the environment of excessive water use, and promoting cooperative solutions that protect Mono Lake and meet real water needs without transferring environmental problems to other areas.

 

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The Mono Lake Committee is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.