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Support for WildED comes in many ways, through institutional and personal donors, through sponsors and partners, and also through our amazing volunteers.

By making a tax-deductible donation today, you will ensure that WildED continues to reach young people of BC, our future leaders and stewards of the earth, providing the impetus for them to make a personal connection with wilderness, and inspiring them to make caring for Wild Nature part of their lives.

It costs just $15 to deliver a half-day in-school program or nature hike to 1 student in the Lower Mainland. How many young people can you sponsor?

Write a cheque or money order payable to:

BC Spaces for Nature: WildED

And mail to:

BC Spaces for Nature: WildED
PO Box 673, Gibsons BC
V0N 1V0

Charitable Registration #13167 0234 RR0001

A charitable tax receipt will be mailed to you within a few days.

If you prefer to donate by credit card, please submit payment through this secure link:

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To make an in-kind donation of time, services or equipment, please contact us by email

[email protected]

BC Spaces for Nature policies do not permit the sharing of any database or mailing list information. Donations made to BC Spaces for Nature: WildED, are restricted to solely supporting the WildED Wilderness Education Program.

We thank you for your support!

"The most important thing I learned was that everything is connected in a chain. If one part falls out then the rest do as well."
Ariane, Grade 8

"The presentation held the students' interest like nothing I've ever seen before! Developing a connection with our natural world is the most important issue facing our world today - our very survival depends upon it. (WildED's) presentation planted the seed to establish that vital connection."
Elementary teacher

"I learnt to notice everything around you when you go into the forest, including hearing, smelling!"
Andrew, Grade 8

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