You’re always being asked to help with causes that are far away. Those causes are important, but if you really want to see results from your efforts and from your donations, act locally. Donations help to ensure that Back to Natives education and restoration programs continue – and we are a 501(c)3 non-profit public charity – so your donations are tax deductible.
Back to Natives Restoration is a Non Profit Public Charity under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to BTN are deductible under section 170 of the IR code as of February 13 2007.
We are qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under section 2055, 2106 or 2522 of the IR Code. Donation buttons are linked to specific programs so that donors can specify the project or program they wish to help fund and make possible, or you may visit our store to browse the different ways you may help. Donate through our STORE
In Kind Donations: Have a thing you think we may want? Check our wish list!
Show your support for Back to Natives in a lasting way! For a $250 donation Back to Natives will name a table at our native plant nursery after you or your group. For a $75 donation we will name a native plant propagation platform for you or your group.
You can choose to donate once or on a monthly basis to help assist Back to Natives with the many programs and projects we have in the works. Your small monthly donation will bring HUGE support for Back to Natives!
Restoration can be an expensive proposition. Scientific studies, manual labor, contractors and permitting all cost money. Your donation is essential to assist BTN in bringing back the native ecosystems to our open spaces.
Volunteer Appreciation and Retention Donate Now
Volunteers are the heart blood of most Non-Profits. To this end BTN wishes to thank one and all that have come out to our Volunteer Restoration Days and helped us make this planet a better place in our own backyard! Volunteers deserve recognition and our appreciation.
Without them many of our projects would not have succeeded.