Ways to Give

We Have Many Ways to Make a Difference

Welcome, Trailblazer! Your presence here speaks volumes. It’s not just about being part of something; it’s about being part of something that truly matters. We believe in the power of collective action, where every individual ripple creates a wave of change. Together, let’s ignite the sparks that light up our shared path toward a better world.

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Donation Giving

Make A One Time Gift

Every Dollar Makes A Difference! Give A Gift To Protect What You Love
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Sustaining Donor

Become a Sustaining Donor

Monthly gifts allow Inletkeeper to build thriving communities in the Cook Inlet watershed.
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Non-Cash Donation

Donate a Non-Cash Gift

Consider giving from your IRA, transferring stock, or giving from a donor-advised fund.

Start a Peer-to-Peer Fundraiser

We are asking some key partners to rally their friends, family, and networks to support our work. By becoming a fundraiser for Cook Inletkeeper, you will help protect the waters of Cook Inlet and the life they sustain.

Starting a fundraiser is easy to do, and it’s fun. We’ll even give you all the tools you need to make a difference. With your help, we can ensure thriving and equitable communities in a resilient Cook Inlet watershed.

For information about fundraising opportunities, contact
Loren Barrett

Start Your Fundraiser

You will get these tools to help you run a successful campaign:

Pre-built templates

Send emails and social media messages to supporters based on expert-tested templates.

A donation page

Solicit more donations with proven-success templates established from industry best practices.

Start Fundraising Today!

Join The Inletkeeper Legacy Community

We recognize that a legacy gift is intensely personal, and we welcome a conversation about your specific wishes on how a gift might be directed within our programs or how we could recognize your commitment to the Cook Inlet watershed in the future. Call anytime to discuss our goals for currently underway programs, and share our long-term planning efforts and vision for protecting what we love with you.

Create Your Legacy

Create a Legacy

At Cook Inletkeeper, we keep our vision of thriving and equitable communities in a resilient watershed at the heart of all we do. We invite you to join us in planning for the long view and consider becoming a legacy donor, one of a dedicated group that cares about protecting Cook Inlet for future generations. Join the many people who have included us in their will. You can support protecting the Cook Inlet watershed and the life it sustains forever with a planned gift—an easy way to protect the people and causes you care about the most.

For more information contact:
Sue Mauger
907.235.4068 x24

Become A Business Partner

Large or small, every effort to help protect Alaska’s bounty has a cumulative effect on our lives and lives of our children. Cook Inletkeeper can use support of all kinds. It takes all manner of goods and services to support activities across the watershed. Gifts of air travel, food and lodging, fuel, photography, merchandise, event space, professional services and more are greatly appreciated.

To discuss creative partnerships & Event Sponsorships, contact
Loren Barrett
907.235.4086 x23

Become a Cook Inletkeeper Partner and let your customers know that clean water, and healthy salmon matter to you and your business.

To honor your gift and commitment to protecting Cook Inlet all business partners donating at the $250 level or above will be listed in our biannual newsletter.

Partners donating $500 or above or participating through 1% for the Planet will additionally be featured on the Inletkeeper website with a logo, description and clickable link.

Become A Business Partner Today!

Cook Inletkeeper is a 501(c)(3) organization pursuant to IRS rules, and your donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Cook Inletkeeper is a community-based organization that understand the importance of giving back to what sustains us.

Volunteers Make Our World Go ‘Round