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Dear Trees For Tomorrow Supporter,

Help us provide “A Natural Resources Education Experience That Lasts a Lifetime”to students, teachers, families, and others who attend workshops and programs at Trees For Tomorrow for 2014 and beyond.

In 2013, more than 5,000 people visited northern Wisconsin and participated in natural resources education workshops at Trees For Tomorrow. This included our traditional school workshops, Road Scholar programs, adult skill workshops, teacher workshops, and summer youth and family programs. We also hosted our third annual Forest Fest, 12th annual Scholarship Golf Outing, third annual Spring Celebration, and first annual Hallo-Fest for the local community.

Support from people like you provided Laura, a student from Northland Lutheran High School, a once in a lifetime experience that she will never forget. Laura wrote to a Trees For Tomorrow workshop sponsor…

“My favorite part of this experience was learning, overcoming team challenges, and going on nature walks with new friends. I will always remember the skills and connections with the people I have met here. My eyes have been opened to how magnificent and precious our earth really is and how important is it to take care of it. So again, thank you. Without you and your generosity this experience would not have been possible.”

Nearing its 70th Anniversary, Trees For Tomorrow has provided life-changing experiences, like Laura’s, to more than 210,000 people, making them more aware of the need for sustainable management and use of our natural resources.

We greatly appreciate the support you have given us through 2013 as a donor, program participant, and friend of Trees For Tomorrow. If we want to continue providing educational opportunities to all participants, regardless of their ability to pay, we need additional support for 2014.

Our goal is to raise $25,000 through individual and corporate donations in these last months of the year.


What could your gift provide?

  • $50 provides a school a visit to an active logging siteand a visit with a professional logger and forester.
  • $100 provides $20 scholarship assistancefor five students interested in learning about natural resources management through a Trees For Tomorrow workshop.
  • $250 provides professional development trainingto two of our teacher/naturalists.
  • $500 buys almost a year’s worth of foodfor either Apollo or Orion, Trees For Tomorrow’s education birds.
  • $1,000 provides 25 groups of students a hike in Sylvania Wilderness, a 20,000 acre federally protected old growth forest.

 

Please consider supporting students like Laura who strive to learn more about natural resources, outdoor skills, and teamwork at Trees For Tomorrow. Your support of $50, $100, $250, or whatever you can give will make a difference. I promise you!

 

Sincerely,

Cheryl Todea
Interim Executive Director
715-479-6456 x235
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P.S.  Please support natural resources education today. Mail the donation form, visit www.treesfortomorrow.com and click on Donate Now, or call us by December 31st to contribute to the 2013 Year-End Campaign. Your gift is tax-deductible and will help us meet our goals in 2014!

 

Celebrating 70 years of “A Natural Resources Education Experience That Lasts a Lifetime.”