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OR send your check or money made payable to: VIRGINIA ORGANIZING With “Center for Urban Habitats Education Project” in the memo line. Send to: Center for Urban Habitats c/o Devin Floyd 187 Bryan Court, Charlottesville, Virginia 22902
*Center for Urban Habitats (CUH) has a joint plan of work with Virginia Organizing, a 501 (c)(3) organization. Virginia Organizing gladly accepts donations on CUH’s behalf. Virginia Organizing is officially registered with the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, P. O. Box 1163, Richmond, VA 23209. You can write to this Department for all relevant financial statements and procedures regarding the solicitation of contributions. Your donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
About the Center for Urban Habitats Education Project (CUHEP)
Center for Urban Habitats has a lot of good work planned, and it needs your support! Our education efforts aim to propel CUH’s mission: Advance Biodiversity Education and Conservation in the Piedmont.
Your donation will support a wide variety of education projects. One of our most important education initiatives will illustrate the ecology of the Piedmont. Our goal with this effort is to inspire people with beautiful artistic renditions of plants, animals, fungi, and ecosystems. Each piece of art (whether on a flyer, a poster, a mural, or an interactive digital image) will be coupled with exciting and regionally relevant information.
Your donation will also support a strong web-based education platform. We create nature notes, colorful seasonal photograph galleries, and interactive web-maps of unique Piedmont ecosystems so that hard-to-reach information can be easily grasped and shared. With your support we’ll also create public presentations and tours to help the public learn more about biodiversity of local and regional landscapes.
Finally, your donation will also support education-based biological surveys that Center for Urban Habitats conducts on public lands. This CUH effort is critical for park planning and regional conservation efforts.