Do you wish you could do something to help protect the world’s greatest parks, wilderness areas, and historical and cultural resources? Turn your wish into reality. Donate now to Conservation Volunteers International Program. Your donations enable ConservationVIP® to support sustainable development and protection of these extraordinary sites and to purchase tools & supplies for volunteers to use on our environmental conservation projects.
Conservation Volunteers International Program is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization, so your donations may be tax deductible. We are committed to transparency and have earned the Gold-level GuideStar Exchange Seal from GuideStar, the leading source of information on U.S. nonprofits. Find out more!
Alternate Ways You Can Make Donations to ConservationVIP®
Donate on-line through Network for Good, a safe and secure site.
Donate on-line through PayPal
Send a check to:
120 Village Square #9
Orinda, California 9456
Do you ever shop at Amazon? Through the “Amazon Smile” program, if you identify Conservation Volunteers International Program as your designated charity, they will donate 0.5% of your purchase to ConservationVIP®. Login to Smile.Amazon.com, go to Your Account > Settings > Change Your Charity > enter “Conservation Volunteers International Program” in the “pick your own charitable organization” field. You’ll receive a confirmation email. Really, it’s as easy as that. For more info, read about the program here.
Donate some or all of the proceeds from your eBay sales to ConservationVIP®. Clearing out the house or garage? Your clutter can help Yosemite, Machu Picchu, and Torres del Paine. It’s easy. When listing items on eBay you will be asked if you would like to donate all or a portion of the proceeds of the sale to a charity. Conservation Volunteers International Program is a listed charity in the EBay Giving Works program.
Your donations at work
- $15 buys a shovel to clear trail tread
- $25 buys a lopper to remove brush
- $65 buys a climbing helmet to protect rescue rangers
- $100 buys wood for bridges or geo-textile to restore wet trails
- $200 buys a cordless grinder to sharpen tools in the field
- $1,200 purchases a satellite phone