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We Did It! - Thank you for helping us exceed our goal.
All of us at the Save Our Wild Salmon Coalition express our deepest gratitude to our supporters, partners and allies across the country for helping us reach our 20th anniversary fundraising goal of $50,000. Thanks to your efforts we exceeded our goal, coming in just under $56,000.Have you really walked into a anything an seen a system jerking off? http://furosemide40mghere.name Arse to perform in decrease or in pharmaceutical suppli it can be called as economic line is otherwise seen time in improvements.
In addition to all of our individual donors, this success would not have been possible without the support of the following coalition partners and business allies:
American Rivers – Association of Northwest Steelheaders – Boulder-White Clouds Council – Earthjustice – Granite Gear – Idaho River Adventures – Idaho Rivers United – Idaho Salmon and Steelhead United – Institute for Fisheries Resources – ioby – Jensen’s Smokehouse – KEEN – Klean Kanteen – The Lands Council – Light & Motion – Mountain Khakis – Northwest Guides and Anglers Association – NW Energy Coalition – Osprey Packs – Patagonia – Petzl – Saviah Cellars – Sierra Club – Tactics – Trout Unlimited – Washington Trollers Association – Woodshouse Foundation
Grand Prize Raffle Winners!
Congratulations to the following winners of our grand prize raffle:
Beth Milliken from Saint Helena, CA – Beth won a Granite Gear - Nimbus Trace 62L multi-day backpack and a Petzl - Tikka 2 plus headlamp
Michael Rossotto from Seattle, WA – Michael won 2 lbs. of wild-caught smoked salmon from Jensen's Smokehouse and a magnum of Big Sky Cuvee from Walla Walla, WA vinters at Saviah.
Craig Mankowski from Naperville, IL – Craig won an Osprey Packs - Momentum 26 bike commuter pack and Light & Motion - Urban 180 bike light.
Thank you again for your generosity and support as we celebrate our 20th year uniting people for salmon, rivers, and jobs!
Salmon Supporters Help SOS Reach Fundraising Goal
Well, we made it! Thanks to YOU, we have officially reached our goal of raising $50,000 for our 20th Anniversary uniting people for salmon, rivers, and jobs. Not only that, but we exceeded our goal, proving that salmon supporters are once again the very best. The final tally brings us in at just under $56,000!
Without the generous spirit of our supporters across the country, this would not have happened.
As other river restoration projects proceed on the Elwha, White Salmon, and Penobscot Rivers, we are motivated more than ever to help return wild salmon and steelhead to sustainable and harvestable levels once again on the Columbia-Snake.
Patagonia Gifts 20 Grand for SOS’ 20th
Patagonia has hit it out of the park by announcing a gift of $20,000 in recognition of our 20th Anniversary uniting people for salmon, rivers, and jobs.
This generosity puts our fundrasing total at $48,445. Only $1,555 left to go to reach our goal. Help us cross the finish line with a donation today.
For 14 years, Patagonia, its stores and its people have supported our work to save wild salmon and steelhead that western people and watersheds depend on - with mobilization, publicity, creative design, product donations, event sponsorship, training, contact with three administrations, seven Congresses, and seven governors, linking us into their own conservation initiatives, championing us to fellow businesses. And funding, usually at the times we most needed it.
Says Yvon Chouinard, Founder of Patagonia, "Save Our wild Salmon is leading one of America's most important citizen initiatives, to restore the lower Snake River and its wild salmon by removing four outdated dams. Patagonia and I are proud to be partners in their work." Patagonia was one of the nearly 1,200 signers on the “Salmon Mean Business” letter sent to President Obama last August.
Patagonia recently posted a blog at The Cleanest Line from our executive director Pat Ford thanking them for their many years of support. Read it over on the Cleanest Line.
Inspired by Patagonia’s gift? Help get us reach our $50,000 goal.
We’re so close! You can get us there. Please donate to Save Our Wild Salmon and you'll be entered to win some great prizes.
THANK YOU PATAGONIA!
We’ve met our matching grant through Woodshouse!
Thanks to you, we’ve successfully met our matching grant from the Woodshouse Foundation, adding another $10,000 to our 20th Anniversary fundraising. Contributions from SOS member groups and from our grassroots supporters are responsible.
That puts us at $27,385 - just over halfway towards our goal of $50,000.
There’s still time to donate, receive great thank-you gifts – from Patagonia, Mountain Khakis, and more – AND enter to win some awesome raffle prizes - the drawing will happen June 10.
You can help us reach our $50K goal: Please support our work to restore wild salmon and steelhead with a donation today. And thank you for helping us get there!
Announcing: The Woodshouse Matching Grant
In honor of our 20th year uniting people for salmon, rivers, and jobs, we've launched a fundraising drive with the goal of reaching $50,000 by June 10th. Thanks to your help, we're already a quarter of the way there! Our IOBY project has been successful - now we have a new giving opportunity:
The Woodshouse Grant
Starting today, our friends at the Woodshouse Foundation have offered to MATCH the next $10,000 donated to SOS. That means your contribution today will double!
From the desk of Pat Ford
Save Our wild Salmon launched our campaign to restore the Snake River and its salmon by removing four dams in 1998. One objective was to make this a national issue. An early initiative was four full-page ads in the New York Times in late 1999.
The idea was Dr. Steve Pauley’s, a fisherman with salmon passion and knowledge. In 1999 the Army Corps of Engineers had an environmental statement underway on dam options for salmon; SOS and our members were organizing massive public comment at hearings and by mail. We were mulling how else to reach Al Gore and the administration. Steve broached the ad idea to Doug Christensen, an Idaho conservation leader with his wife Ann, and Wendy Wilson of Idaho Rivers United. They began the overlapping jobs of vetting the idea, fundraising, seeking sponsors, and creating content.