Including a bequest in your will, or naming RAN as beneficiary of a trust, retirement plan, life insurance policy or financial account, is a simple way to make RAN a part of your legacy.
A gift of stock or other appreciated assets can be a tax benefit. By donating stock to RAN you avoid capital gains tax on its increased value since purchase.
A memorial gift to Rainforest Action Network is a wonderful way to honor the memory of a relative or friend. A special acknowledgment will be sent to the family of the person memorialized.
Make a donation to the Rainforest Action Network to honor a special event, such as a wedding, anniversary or birthday for a friend or loved one, and we'll send a letter to the person(s) being honored.
Love the ease of donating with your Paypal account? PayPal is a fast, safe way to donate money to Rainforest Action Network — either through a one time or monthly donation.
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Interested in becoming a funding partner of RAN’s? We work with foundations across the globe -- to learn more about RAN’s mission, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donor Advised Funds
Opening a Donor Advised Fund account allows you to grow your donation tax-free, earning even more for the causes you love! Make an immediate tax-deductible donation today. Contact your bank, tax advisor, or RAN’s development team at email@example.com for more information.
Employer Gift Matching
Double your gift to the Rainforest Action Network by asking your employer to match your donation. It's easy! Just type in your employer’s name to the box below and follow the instruction
Climate Action Fund (CAF) is a part of RAN’s community action grants program. CAF grants contribute directly to communities affected by climate change.
Protect-An-Acre program supports the last and strongest line of defense for our forests -- the Indigenous people who live in and depend on them.