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For over forty years, EAC has successfully advocated to protect the beauty, biodiversity, and rural character of the entire Tomales Bay watershed and West Marin. Please support our important work today!  EAC is very grateful for your continued generous financial support of our work to protect West Marin’s diversity, peace, and natural wealth for future generations. We value your financial support and use it wisely.

Becoming an EAC member is easy!  Make a 100% tax-deductible donation to EAC online or by mailing a check.

Suggested donations are $40 individual or $75 for household.

 Use the above button to donate online.  PayPal will open to complete a one-time donation or elect to enroll as a sustaining member to give monthly.  We will mail your tax-deducation note to the address provided and add your name to our membership newsletters to keep you informed of events, discounts, action alerts and more.

Donate by Mail: Mail a check to the EAC office in Point Reyes.  Make check payable to “EAC” and send to: EAC, Attn: Membership, PO Box 609, Point Reyes Station 94956.  We will mail your tax-deducation note to the address provided and add your name to our membership newsletters to keep you informed of events, discounts, action alerts and more.

Other Ways to Support EAC’s Environmental Work:

Sustaining Membership: Becoming a sustaining member is a great way to support EAC all year long! Sustaining members agree to regular monthly payments of at least $10 or more per month.  Sustaining memberships provide the financial backbone for EAC’s work by ensuring regular income that gives us more time to engage in important work rather than fundraising.

Gift Memberships: Give a gift membership to a friend for a birthday or special occasion.  Mail a check or donate online and include the name of the person the membership is for.

Donations in memory: Honor a friend or loved one by making a donation to EAC in his or her memory. EAC will send a letter to you and the person you designate to inform them of your memorial gift.

Legacies & Bequests: You can make a lasting contribution to the preservation of West Marin by including EAC in your estate planning. There are several ways to leave a gift. Many people leave a charitable gift in a will or living trust. You can set aside a specific dollar amount or leave a percentage of your estate or any assets left over after the family has been provided for. Another option is to name EAC as the beneficiary or contingent beneficiary of life insurance policies, funds from a savings or retirement account, or appreciated assets.

Gifts of stock, mutual funds, or other appreciated assets: A gift of stock, mutual funds, real estate or other appreciated assets can be an advantageous way to give. For example, you can donate a gift of stock without having to convert it to cash first, thus avoiding capital gains tax.

Matching Gifts: Many businesses offer to match the gifts workers make to nonprofit groups. If your employer matches gifts, you can double your support for West Marin. Please ask your personnel or community relations office for more information and matching gift forms.

Give to EAC’s fund at the Marin Community Foundation. The West Marin Environmental Action Fund is a Designated Beneficiary Fund at the Marin Community Foundation. The fund supports EAC’s work to protect West Marin and is able to accept cash, securities, bequests, retirement plan assets and life insurance. For more information, contact EAC.

Your ongoing partnership with EAC is tremendously important to West Marin. EAC is the only region-wide environmental watchdog in West Marin with an office and staff. In the absence of local government in our unincorporated area, EAC plays an essential role in ensuring that county, state, and federal governments hear our environmental voice about policy and permit decisions.

Contact our Development Department with any questions about giving.

Morgan Patton, Membership and Development Director, phone: 415.663.9312  or email:  morgan [at]

Protect what you love and be a part of the 43-year grassroots environmental movement in West Marin!