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Last chance to support our work with a year-end donation

EDIT:  This just in…an anonymous donor will match any donation received before midnight of New Year’s Day. That means that your contribution will have TWICE the impact—but only if we receive your gift by the deadline. So act now to help protect the Sonoran Desert National Monument!

We’re taking a brief pause during the busy holiday season to say thanks.

We are so grateful to everyone who’s helped us this year to protect and promote Sonoran Desert National Monument and the rest of our National Conservation Lands here in Arizona.

With your generous support, our organization has remained the leading advocate for Sonoran Desert National Monument—organizing grassroots support to ensure this treasured landscape is protected for us all, educating visitors and the general public about our spectacular public lands, and playing a key role in the broader movement to protect, restore and expand our cherished National Conservation Lands.

With 2014 coming to a close, we’re looking ahead at the exciting new future we have charted for 2015 and beyond. And we want YOU to be a part of it. That’s why I’m asking you to renew your commitment to our good work through a generous year-end donation.

Your contribution of $50, $100, $250—or whatever is right for you—will help make our critical work next year possible.

Will you take a moment to make a donation on our secure website?

Let’s work together in 2015 to accomplish even more for Sonoran Desert National Monument and our National Conservation Lands!

In gratitude,


Scott Jones
Executive Director

PS – You can make an even bigger difference as a monthly sustaining donor. It’s super convenient and helps put more of your money to work for the Monument. And don’t forget—your gift is 100% tax-deductible, so you only have a few more days left to donate this tax year.

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