The Dan McDermott Legacy Fund for Environmental Protection

The Dan McDermott Legacy Fund for Environmental Protection

With your philanthropic commitment to Dan's Legacy Fund, Sierra Club Ontario chapter can continue to protect our favourite parks, address the critical urgency of plastics in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence system, protect irreplaceable species and ecosystems, and fight on the frontlines to keep our future green, safe and sustainable for all of us.


At a time when the environment is taking too many hits, knowing a select group of friends are here to launch this special fund means that we will be ready to push back against forces that would undo our achievements, and be in a strong position to tackle new challenges.

 

Thank you for supporting Sierra Club Ontario chapter in such a meaningful way, and for helping to honour the life and work of Dan McDermott.

Thank you!

 

 

 

 

 

Your charitable tax receipt will be sent to the email address you provide below. (CRA#11914 9789 RR0001) Questions? Call us toll-free at 1-888-810-4204
 

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