Your investment in The Wild Center helps us in every part of our effort to ignite an enduring passion for the Adirondacks, where people and nature can thrive together and set an example for the world.
We are raising money from people like you to make this experience come alive so hundreds of thousands of people can share a deeper and even elevated sense of the Adirondacks.
or if you want you can mail a gift with this printer-friendly form.
For other giving options, including naming rights for different elements on the Walk, please contact Katherine Alexander at 518-359-7800 x 109, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Annual Fund provides 60% of the funding needed to run daily operations. Your investment will make an impact every day as people from all points of view, all walks of life and all ages come together to understand the web of life that supports us.
Consider a gift to The Wild Center in recognition of a friend, family member or a special occasion.
or mail your gift with this printer-friendly form
For further information on giving options please contact Tim Holmes (x 107) or Hillarie Logan-Dechene (x 103) at 518-359-7800. Thank you for thinking of The Wild Center.
We are happy to meet with you to talk about ideas that have special meaning for you or for the person you wish to honor. We can take a walk around The Wild Center to look at examples of gifts that others have given, including birch trees in the Great Hall, Discovery Boxes in the Naturalists Cabinet, and quiet benches along the trails – all recognized as a testament to someone’s special love of the Adirondacks.
If you wish to meet with us to talk about what you might want to do for a friend or family member please contact Katherine Alexander (x 109) or Hillarie Logan-Dechene (x 103) at 518-359-7800.
Turn your passion for the Adirondacks into a legacy gift to The Wild Center
When you belong to The Wild Center you join a great community of people who have special access to the Center. Best of all, you're giving to the place that tells the Adirondack story to audiences in over 52 countries, bringing those who believe in the vitality of the region to better understand it's extraordinary tale of humans living in cohesion with nature.