Audubon International Announces Its Case for Support

12/01/2015 9:31 AM | Anonymous

TROY, NY -  Audubon International releases its "Case for Support" brochure on December 1, (Giving Tuesday) 2015.


A case for support (also called a case statement) is a philanthropic investment prospectus. It is a document that tells prospective donors why it is important to support an organization. 


Specifically, the case for investment in Audubon International is rooted in the opportunity to make a significant positive impact on the environment through our work to actively engaging businesses, communities, and individuals in voluntary actions and practices in conservation, sustainability and responsible environmental behaviors.


Through a growing network of members across various industries (including golf, tourism and hospitality) and directly working with communities and municipalities, AI’s programs have demonstrated improvement on millions of acres of land through the protection of habitats for flora and fauna species, and the measurable reduction of harmful agents into soils, water, air and eco-systems. 


Our growth and success is directly linked to our ability to reach, educate and inspire greater numbers to engage in responsible environmental practices and demonstrate continuous improvement on their own properties. Our health depends on improving land and water that is closest to our own homes and communities. 


To view our "Case for Support" brochure, CLICK HERE



About Audubon International

Audubon International (AI) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to delivering high-quality environmental education and using incentive-based approaches to implement sustainable natural resource management in all places people live, work, and play.


To make a donation to Audubon International, contact, Joe Madeira, Director of Advancement, joe@auduboninternational.org, call 518-767-9051 or click on the donate now below. Donations are 100% tax deductible.


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