Donations

Maine Rivers is a membership organization. We depend on your support to fulfill our mission to protect, restore, and enhance Maine’s Rivers.  Your membership will directly benefit your enjoyment of Maine’s flowing waters and will help create…

  • Cleaner water for healthy rivers and healthy communities.
  • Bountiful rivers teeming with a diversity of fish and other creatures.
  • A strong voice for our rivers in the legislature.
  • Galvanized Maine citizens working together to sustain our heritage of healthy rivers and watersheds.

Please join us help shape a healthier future for all Maine’s rivers.

Contributions to Maine Rivers are tax deductible. Maine Rivers is an exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

  • Make a Donation by Credit Card using our secure online payment gateway

Online donation system by ClickandPledge

Maine Rivers is proud to offer its members secure online credit card payments via Click & Pledge. Their gateway provides us with the latest security features to ensure that information you send across the Internet cannot be read by others.

A gift of $25 qualifies you for dues-paying membership in Maine Rivers.

  • Make a Donation by Check

Please make your check payable to Maine Rivers and write Contribution in the memo field. Please mail your check to:
Maine Rivers
9 Union Street
Hallowell, ME 04347

If you should encounter difficulty using your credit card on our online gateway, or would rather not do so, Maine Rivers can also process your credit card by phone in our office. 
Please contact us at 207-623-2157

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