• When you give to VCE, you give to wildlife.

    With your support, VCE continues to do the research, train the volunteers, and produce the results that generate sound policies on wildlife conservation. Discover below some of the ways you can join the community of donors who help VCE unite people and science for conservation.

    Chris Rimmer with a female ruby-crowned kinglet on the summit ridge of Mount Mansfield - June 7, 2019

    Donate Now

    Make a one-time gift or set up a recurring gift through our secure online portal.

    Donate Online

    Donate by Mail

    Please send your check payable to "Vermont Center for Ecostudies" to:

    P.O. Box 420
    Norwich, VT 05055

    Viceroy butterfly by Kent McFarland

    Gifts of Securities

    A gift of appreciated stocks or other securities can be a tax-wise way to support VCE.

    In addition to the charitable deduction of the fair market value of your gift, you may also reduce or eliminate the capital gains tax on the appreciated value of your investment.

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    Bicknell's thrush nest on Mt. Mansfield © Kent KcFarland

    Planned Giving

    A planned gift is your lasting contribution to wildlife and VCE. Including VCE in your estate plans via a bequest, beneficiary designation, or life-income gift may be easier than you think.

    VCE honors donors who have made planned gifts with membership in the Bicknell’s Legacy Society.

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    Bombus bimaculatus male

    Corporate Sponsorship

    Corporate sponsorships offer collaborative opportunities to advance our common goals in wildlife conservation and public engagement.

    Corporate donors can underwrite research, specific projects, public outreach, and more.

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    Slate-colored Junco © Michael Sargent

    Employer Matching Gifts

    If your employer participates in a matching gift program, your company will match the contributions that you donate to a charitable organization.

    You may be able to double or even triple your donation to VCE.

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    The Vermont Center for Ecostudies is a nonprofit 501(c)(3). Contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.

    © From top left: Michael Sargent, K.P. McFarland, K.P. McFarland, K.P. McFarland, Michael Sargent