#GivingTuesday: Give the gift of nature

By Trust for Public Land
Published December 2, 2014

#GivingTuesday: Give the gift of nature

A day for giving thanks, a day for deals, and then: Giving Tuesday, a day dedicated to giving back. 

With your support this year, we’ve protected 75,916 acres of land. From new city parks to pristine wilderness escapes, you're giving communities across the country the gift of nature. It's a gift that will last for generations to come.

We’re working toward a day when everyone has easy access to a safe, green place to play. And with an estimated two million acres lost to development every year, it’s more important than ever to protect these special places.
This #GivingTuesday, our 2014 Matching Gift Challenge deadline has been extended to December 31. Give the gift of nature this holiday season and have your year-end gift matched, dollar-for dollar.
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