The Amazon gives us up to 20% of the air we breathe, stores 25% of the world’s water, and stabilizes Earth’s climate. Your support can protect millions of acres of the last wild places left on the planet, empower local people and indigenous communities to become champions for nature, and put the latest in science and technology to work for conservation.
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Legacy gifts in your will or living trust can help to protect and preserve the Amazon rainforest for generations to come, at no cost to you today. We accept Qualified Charitable Distributions from your IRA or retirement plans (QDCs). If you already have a will, simply list Amazon Conservation Association as a beneficiary, at any level that is comfortable to you. If you don't yet have a will, we have partnered with FreeWill to give anyone the ability to create a free legal will online in only 20 minutes. FreeWill can also be used to create a set of documented wishes to bring to the lawyer’s office, saving you time and money on attorney fees. Please contact us if you are thinking of including our charity in your plans at email@example.com.Create a free will and legacy gift
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Carter Cohen is no average fifth grader. At the young age of 10 years old, he already feels a deep connection to nature and all types of creepy-crawlers. His love for bugs started when he was just 4 years old and first saw an insect and noticed all of its intricate features. “Each insect has a specific way of hunting,” he says enthusiastically, “and each one adapts to its surroundings. The more you learn about bugs the more interesting they get!”. He often finds himself going on field trips with his friend Sean and his parents to discover new species of insects. “I like bugs, arthropods, insects, arachnids, and most insects,” Carter says. He cites the praying mantis, stick bugs, and leaf bugs among his favorite species.
Carter’s mom told him about Amazon Conservation Association and how we are protecting the Amazon rainforest, a place where millions of species of insects live. Once he learned about the rate of deforestation and how it threatens insect habitat, the budding entomologist decided to use his birthday as an opportunity to fundraise to protect the Amazon. He called on his friends and families to donate to ACA instead of giving him birthday presents and was able to raise a total of $250 for conservation “[The insects] are all adapted to live there and won’t blend in anywhere else,” he explains. As an aspiring scientist, Carter fully understands the importance of keeping the Amazon safe. “Creatures that live in the rainforests, if you want to grow up to study them, there won’t be any forests if we don’t protect them.”
Thank you, Carter, for helping us protect the rainforest and for being an inspiration to others.
Amazon Conservation has been protecting the headwaters of the Amazon for 20 years now. Because we are a local organization that is a part of the communities where we work, your contributions support direct, on-the-ground conservation efforts in the greatest forest on Earth.
We work hard to maximize the impact of your contributions, keeping ourselves lean and focused on impact. We also ensure transparency to all of our donors, by undergoing internal and external audits and making our financial information available online. We are a top-rated nonprofit by all charity watchdogs, such as Charity Navigator (4-Star rating), Candid/ Guide Star Exchange (Platinum Level), and Great Nonprofits (Top-Rated) – all of which are the highest rating possible at each of these sites.
When you donate to us, you can rest assured that you are contributing to a highly-rated, trustworthy nonprofit that shares your passion and commitment to environmental conservation.
Amazon Conservation is committed to upholding the highest level of privacy of our donors and contributors. We never share, sell, trade, or rent personal information of our donors. Unless indicated by the donor, gifts to Amazon Conservation will be publicly acknowledged as a way to encourage more support for conservation and to recognize donors’ significant contributions.
Amazon Conservation is a non-profit, tax-exempt public charity as described in section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. A copy of our IRS Letter is available on demand. Our financial information is publicly available on this page of our website.
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