We need your financial support to make sure there are wild places and open spaces in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. The Angeles Chapter is working hard to protect these places, and, where possible, restore lost open space. Our ability to continue speaking out for the environment depends on the money we raise from citizens just like you.
DONATE WITH PAYPAL using your Paypal account. Donations using PayPal are not tax deductible.
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SUPPORT THE ANGELES CHAPTER WITH A TAX-DEDUCTIBLE GIFT to the Sierra Club Foundation that supports the conservation and the public outreach and educational activities of the Angeles Chapter. Your gift will be tax-deductible to the extent provided by law, and can only be used for limited purposes.
Mail a Donation
You may mail your donation to the following address: Sierra Club Angeles Chapter, 3250 Wilshire Blvd. #1106, Los Angeles, CA 90010.
Donate an old car to Sierra Club Foundation Vehicle Donation Program for the Sierra Club Angeles Chapter! Call us at 844-6-SIERRA or 844-674-3772
Your online purchases can help benefit the Angeles Chapter. Whenever you shop at Amazon.com, just login to your existing Amazon account using our unique link and a portion of your purchase will benefit the Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club. Help us earn funds from purchases you were planning to make anyway! Learn more.
Include the Angeles Chapter in your estate planning. In many cases, you can actually save money by designating us a recipient.
Charity of Choice
Your business can partner with the Angeles Chapter through our Charity of Choice program.
Consult with your employer to see if they can double the value of your gift through their matching gift program.
Contributions to the Sierra Club Angeles Chapter are not tax-deductible; they support our effective, citizen-based advocacy and lobbying efforts.
For more information, including tax-deductible contributions, or to make a donation, contact George Watland, Sr. Chapter Director, (213) 387-4287 ext. 210.
[Eaton Canyon Nature Center, header photo by Bret Fausett]