GiveBIG is May 10 and We Have a Dollar-for-Dollar Match!

GiveBIG is May 10 and we've got a dollar-for-dollar match! Last year, we raised over $14,000 from our generous donors. This year, we’re doubling our goal to raise $30k. Will you join us?
The Mountaineers The Mountaineers
May 01, 2017

GiveBIG is May 10 – the day when nonprofits in Seattle and across the Pacific Northwest rally together to fundraise for important efforts that make living in this amazing place so special. Once again, we’re excited to participate. Last year, we raised over $14,000 from our generous donors. This year, we’re doubling our goal to raise $30k! Will you help us get there?

To reach this goal, we have a tricks up our sleeves:

  • A $10,000 dollar-for-dollar match from Peak Society founding members Rich and Martha Draves! That’s right, once we hit our first $10,000, we’ll instantly get another $10,000!
  • A VIP special. Donate $1,000 or more during GiveBIG and we’ll automatically enroll you into Peak Society, our VIP donor club. Already a Peak Society member? Renew with a $1,000 donation during GiveBIG and we’ll send you a special thanks!
  • Employee matching to double your impact. Does your employer match your donations? Make a donation during GiveBIG and double your impact by submitting it for a match!

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How Your GiveBIG Donation Helps

Now more then ever, our public lands face  significant threats. At the regional and national level, we need to come together and engage more people to protect the wild places we play. Your GiveBIG donation will go toward advancing our mission with a focus on our core values.

Why Do We Need Donations?

We rely on our membership and course participants to sustain our operations and on donations through efforts like GiveBIG to create new initiatives to support efforts to advance our mission and vision for the next 100-years.

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Thank you for your continued support of The Mountaineers!

Photo of Liz Johnson on the approach to Unicorn Peak by Ida Vincent. 

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