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Give Support. Give Time. Give Voice.
Tuesday, November 30, 2021
Make #GivingTuesday all about birds this year! This global day of giving follows Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday, as a day to give back to our local communities and celebrate generosity. You can make a difference for birds on #GivingTuesday in a number ways that benefit our mission to advocate and organize for cities where people and birds thrive.
Giving Tuesday 2021
Use the hashtag #GivingTuesday to tell your own story of generosity this year. Follow along with Seattle Audubon on Giving Tuesday, November 30, 2021 as we share highlights from the day.
GivingTuesday Goal: $3,000
Make a Giving Tuesday gift to Seattle Audubon. Your donation provides financial resources that immediately go to work in our local community and support our community science, urban conservation, and environmental education programs.
All donations of $49+ automatically qualify you, and everyone in your household for a one year membership to Seattle Audubon.
GivingTuesday Goal: 30 Feeder Watchers
Over 700 volunteers support Seattle Audubon annually with the gift of their time and expertise. Right now we are actively recruiting volunteers who reside within Seattle City limits for our 2021 Christmas Bird Count Feeder Watch – an opportunity to contribute to a community science survey that Seattle Audubon has been participating in for more than 90 years!
See our Volunteer Page for other current opportunities and information on how you can give your time to protect local birds and habitat.
GivingTuesday Goal: 20 New Activists on SCAN
Lend your voice for birds. Take a stand on conservation issues that matter to you.
Sign up to Seattle Conservation Action Network (SCAN) to learn about local conservation news and advocacy alerts related to our urban forest, pesticide use, bird-window collisions, and more!
As a member of SCAN, we will notify you of opportunities to make your voice heard by local and national policy makers.