Give the Gift of Nature | Adopt an Acre

Holiday ad actualThis holiday season we are offering the opportunity to Adopt an Acre of habitat with HAT. You can help our wildlife in need, give a gift to nature and to a loved one. Only $50/acre - a steal!

Whether it is for animals like owls facing an urgent need of nesting habitat, mother bats with a young pup confronted with an unexpected eviction, or frogs forced to endure a life-threatening migration across busy roads. 

You are helping us work on the front lines to improve the habitats of hundreds of creatures.

Your gift is extremely important - it offers immediate resources directed to current needs of these animals, plants, and their habitats at risk of disappearing.

Every living thing requires a home, but our local flora and fauna are rapidly disappearing as human demands on the land increase.

That is why it’s more important than ever to conserve land now, to provide tools to protect and restore nature, to teach future generations about the importance of nature, and their role within it.

How to:
1. Under "Donation Amount" select how many acres you would like to adopt $50/acre - a steal!

2. Under "Dedicate Your Donation" select IN HONOUR OF with recipient name and contact information

3. Under "I'd like to Adopt an Acre for an animal like..." you can pick from:

Blue-grey Taildropper Slug | Western Painted Turtle | Western Screech Owl | Amphibians | Bats | or let HAT pick

You are done!

 Donate Now Through CanadaHelps.org!  Adopt an Acre today!

These funds will go towards the Land Protection Fund - that will permanently protect habitats for our plants and animals in need of safe and secure place to live or the Habitat Restoration Fund - Restoring natural habitats for our native species.

Note: if you would like a card to arrive by December 25, we recommend donating on or before December 18. We cannot guarantee as it is subject to Canada Post delivery.

 

 

 

 

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