DONATIONS

LCIP has and will continue to work to build partnerships within the communities of Chippewa, Dunn, Eau Claire, Pepin, and Pierce counties in order to increase awareness and action against invasive species.  We are looking for your support to make the biggest impact on our society.  Would you join us in this work to spread the word, not the plant?

Donation Options:

LCIP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is tax-exempt from federal income tax and can receive tax-deductible donations.

If you would like to donate to our organization please call, email or mail a letter to:

Lower Chippewa Invasives Partnership, Inc.
700 Wolske Bay Road, Suite 275
lcinvasives@gmail.com
715-539-2766

LCIP Donation Form

You can also give to this cause through GoFundMe Charity by selecting the link below!

LCIP GoFundMe Charity

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Interested in being one of our financial partners?

LCIP Financial Partnership to view our Financial Partner Document and then contact us about any details you want to learn more about.

How can you benefit?

  • Support local conservation and land stewardship
  • Be a part of the conservation community in West Central Wisconsin
  • Network with professionals from many disciplines through meetings and field days
  • Play a critical role in invasive species legislation in the state of Wisconsin
  • By becoming a member you will receive updates from the organization via email
  • You will also be a part of a citizen-led, non-profit organization impacting communities of the five-county jurisdiction

Thank you for considering helping us meet our goals to educate, outreach and control invasive plants!

Another way to give

If you shop on Amazon you can help Lower Chippewa Invasives Partnership, Inc. (LCIP) by ordering through AmazonSmile, which is the same website as Amazon that will also donate 0.5% of the order total to LCIP.  To find out more click on the link below.

AmazonSmile Search: Lower Chippewa Invasives Partnership, Inc.

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Thank you so much for your generous support!