Year-end Appeal: Board Resources
Dear Board Members,
Our Year-end Appeal is out, and donations are coming in - thanks in large part to your help! We're so grateful for your engagement, and have another request for help: share information about the Madison Audubon Year-end Appeal over email and social media. Below are resources (text and graphics) for your convenience; you're welcome to write your own text, copy and paste what's below, or a combination of the two.
Madison Audubon team
sharing via Email:
You can forward the Year-end Appeal email sent by Matt Reetz on November 21 at 1:20 pm. Include your own text, or feel free to use any of the text below:
"Looking for a great non-profit to donate to this winter? Here's one suggestion: Madison Audubon Society (madisonaudubon.org)! They work in 8 counties in south-central Wisconsin, protecting over 1,500 acres of habitat for birds and wildlife, providing fantastic environmental education to K-12 kids - especially those in underserved communities, and leading advocacy efforts on behalf of native and migratory bird species in Wisconsin. I've served on the board for ____ years, and can honestly say ___[your own endorsement here]___.
Please consider donating to Madison Audubon - online (ow.ly/T7lZ306ocgo) or snail-mail donations (1400 E. University Ave., Suite 170, Madison, WI 53703) both welcome!"
sharing via Social Media:
Again, you're welcome to use whatever language you'd like! Feel welcome to use any of the text below:
"'Tis the season to give! Join me in donating to Madison Audubon Society this December, and make a difference in habitat conservation, environmental education, and advocacy in south-central Wisconsin. A great place to spend your money! madisonaudubon.org"
Graphics for you to use:
Right click on the thumbnails below and select Save Image to download any of the images at their full size.
Barred Owl by Arlene Koziol; Young naturalist, MAS Photo; Eastern White-fringed Orchid by Brenna Marsicek
Banner photo: Eastern white-fringed orchid at Faville Grove Sanctuary, by Brenna Marsicek