10th Anniversary: Become a ReCURRENT River Giver

Ten years ago today, a small group of concerned citizens 

founded Coosa Riverkeeper. 

We’ve fought polluters, torn down dams, educated the public about where it’s safe to swim and fish, and advocated to our government leaders about the importance of this river to us all. However, for every challenge we’ve accepted, for every battle we’ve won, more emerge. It’s just the way the river flows. 

 

And it’s why we need you.

To celebrate our 10th anniversary and sustain us for years to come, today Coosa Riverkeeper launches the ReCURRENT Giving Campaign to raise $30,000 of recurring gifts by December 31st!


 This ReCURRENT Giving campaign focuses on monthly, quarterly, and annual tax-deductible gifts that keeps our work moving to protect the places you love, promote the value of the river, and advocate for the Coosa and the folks who rely on it. Water current is the rate of movement, speed, and direction of a waterway – just like how y’all, our ReCURRENT River Givers, give us movement, speed, and direction.

As a ReCURRENT River Giver of Coosa Riverkeeper, you are putting your money where your boat, dock, rod, or float is. Your gift creates positive ripples in the form of citizen science and water quality monitoring. The investment you make, no matter the size, will have a lasting and sustainable impact on our work through the years to come.

It’s been a wild year and many families are seeking respite on the water. Our work protects the river, the families who enjoy it, and the critters that rely on it.


Click here to make an investment that floats your boat and your budget… all while protecting the Coosa!

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