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Coosa Riverkeeper is a non-profit membership organization. A significant portion of our work is funded directly by our membership. When you become a member of Coosa Riverkeeper, you support our work and stay more engaged in it. We offer a variety of levels of membership, starting at $10. The benefits are the same, and we encourage you to give at a level that is comfortable for you. The most popular membership level is $50. A membership is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase, and then you will be prompted to renew. Your membership is 100% tax deductible. Some of the many benefits of being a Coosa Riverkeeper member:

  • That warm feeling you get anytime you see something cool Coosa Riverkeeper did and know it was only possible because of you;
  • First to hear the big news by e-mail;
  • Vote on a slate of Board of Directors nominations annually; and
  • Itemize your contribution as a deduction on your tax return;

If you don’t see a donation amount that exactly matches the level you’d like to contribute, you can click this link to donate in any amount you want. Please note a minimum of $10 is required to receive the full rights and benefits of a member.

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About Where Your Donation Goes

Your contribution will be used in support of our mission for a swimmable and fishable river. To read in detail a breakdown of our organizations revenue and expenses, please see our financial disclosures. Coosa Riverkeeper is an organization qualified under Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3) and donors are eligible to make tax deductible contributions as provided in section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code. Our organization earned the GuideStar Platinum Seal of Transparency, showcasing the progress and results we’re making toward our mission! Check out our GuideStarUSA profile here. We’re proud to share our key metrics with the world and highlight the changes we’re making in the Coosa Valley. We want to give donors and funders an alternative to simplistic financial ratios to evaluate us.