Donate to Geos Institute
We are living in the reality of a changing climate. Like us, you don’t want to worry about climate change – you want to act. In supporting Geos Institute, you are enabling visible, lasting solutions for people and nature as the climate changes.
In each of our three initiatives: ClimateWise, Forest Legacies, and Working Waters, we work to create systemic change and catalyze shifts in how decisions are made and implemented as it relates to climate change. It is not easy work, nor is it quick, which is why we so appreciate the support of people like you who understand that real change takes time and persistence.
Because of you and many others like you who support the Geos Institute, we remain hopeful for a positive future.
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Join the Cornerstone Network with a monthly contribution
As a Cornerstone Network member you will receive monthly updates from our Executive Director and an exclusive reception just for members.
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Make A Bequest
Giving a bequest through your will or estate to Geos Institute is perhaps the most powerful way to support the work we do for communities around the world. Please supply the following information to your financial advisors:
84 Fourth Street
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Tax ID Number: 93-0880205
Expand your legacy with a gift in memory of your loved one
Your gift to Geos Institute in memory of your loved one will help us bring integrated planning and best science to communities committed to preserving and managing natural resources in ways that will sustain our grandchildren and their children. Contact Patricia Johnson for more information.
Build on your legacy with a gift in tribute of someone who inspires you
Pay tribute to a friend, loved one, or inspiring teacher by giving a gift to Geos Institute where we bring the tools of science to predict, reduce, and prepare for climate change. Contact Patricia Johnson for more information.