We restore watersheds and share the wonder and importance of salmon with hundreds of school kids, adults, families, farmers and community members each year with support from donors like you.
All donations are tax-deductible.
You will be directed to a secure check out page through PayPal. You can also mail in a donation to our office or drop off a check.
Monthly Recurring Donation – Become a Sustaining Life Cycle Partner:
As a Life Cycle Partner your monthly donation forms a predictable source of income and sustains education, monitoring, volunteer and outreach programs in our community. Thank you!
Planned giving allows you to name the North Olympic Salmon Coalition as the beneficiary for a gift donated as part of your overall financial or estate planning. This is done by naming the Salmon Coalition in your will or living trust, and can lead to significant tax deductions. Planned donations are therefore a great way to maximize your donation while minimizing the impact to your assets.
Ways to Give a Planned Gift:
The most common form of planned giving is a bequest which names the North Olympic Salmon Coalition as a beneficiary in your will or living trust, and is not subject to estate tax. You might donate a percentage of your estate, a specified dollar amount, or another one of your assets. Any bequest can be changed or revoked at any time if your desires or circumstances should change. To write in the North Olympic Salmon Coalition as a beneficiary of your assets, use our 501(c)(3) tax ID 91-1500992.
Other ways to give include writing in the North Olympic Salmon Coalition as a beneficiary for all or part of your IRA, qualifying 401(k), bank account, brokerage account or life insurance policy.
If you are interested in learning more about planned giving or the language to be used, give us a call or talk with your attorney.
Become a Member
You can also click here to become a member.
You can also sign up by mailing in a check with the Membership and Donation Form. Mail checks to:
North Olympic Salmon Coalition
205B West Patision Street
Port Hadlock, WA 98339