Leadership Giving

Portland Audubon’s Leadership Giving Circle plays a crucial role in inspiring and connecting people to the natural world.  Your gifts are used here on the ground in Oregon to fight climate change, advocate for Oregon’s wildlife and wild places, protect birds and their habitat, and connect people to nature through education, wildlife rehabilitation, and restoration.

By making a gift of $1,000 or more each year, Leadership Giving Circle members help deepen our work in protecting native birds, wildlife, and habitat across the Oregon landscape. Please consider making a special commitment to help build a region where people and wildlife flourish together.

“We get the satisfaction of seeing the organization’s long-term accomplishments and knowing we were part of that. If this is an organization that embodies your beliefs, please step up with me to support it.” Steve Berliner

Photo by Scott Carpenter

Leadership Giving Levels

Great Blue Heron: $1,000 – $2,499

What you’ll get:

  • Acknowledgment in our annual report and invitations to special events
Great Blue Heron, photo by Adam Stunkel
Peregrine:  $2,500 – $4,999

What you’ll get:

  • Acknowledgment in our annual report and invitations to special events
  • A personal tour of Portland Audubon programs and annual updates from Executive Director, Nick Hardigg highlighting the specific impact of your support
Peregrine Falcon, photo by Mick Thompson
Osprey: $5,000 – $9,999

What you’ll get:

  • Acknowledgment in our annual report and invitations to special events
  • A personal tour of Portland Audubon programs and annual updates from Executive Director, Nick Hardigg highlighting the specific impact of your support
  • Invitations to annual informational events on conservation and environmental education issues impacting our region
Osprey, photo by Mick Thompson
Eagle: $10,000

What you’ll get:

  • Acknowledgment in our annual report and invitations to special events
  • A personal tour of Portland Audubon programs and annual updates from Executive Director, Nick Hardigg highlighting the specific impact of your support
  • Invitations to annual informational events on conservation and environmental education issues impacting our region
  • A meeting with Nick Hardigg to discuss the impact of your support and strategies for the future
Bald Eagle, photo by Mick Thompson