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I'd like to think I'm pretty particular about where I donate my money - the Center for Biological Diversity takes on the most difficult of issues and makes the wisest use of the funds they receive. They... more
A great organization. The projects that they are involved in to preserve the areas around the Grand Canyon are extremely important.... more »
- Flagstaff, AZ
Any group that puts their own political agenda before the will of the people does not deserve to have the word "Trust" in their... more »
- Bolton, MA
Provided personal and expert assistance on an ongoing basis with an issue threatening the way of life in my rural area and has... more »
- Madison, WI
Exempt Organizations Select Check Automatic Revocation of Exemption Information The federal tax exemption of... more »
- New Caney, TX
I have been with this organization since way before I was a board member. I help decide what projects we fund and we only fund... more »
- Los Angeles, CA
I've found my voice by being involved with CBE. I now know who to call when I see flaring and smell that awful rotten egg (sulfur)... more »
- Huntington Park, CA
We are long time supporters of the Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island. The reason we continue providing grants is the Team... more »
- Honolulu, HI
Keeping waterways clean is essential. It impacts drinking water, farmland and wildlife. I donate yearly to the hackensack river... more »
- Hackensack, NJ
Arley M. B. wrote:
I first began working with Think Earth when my employer sponsored boat tours of the LA Harbor for Think Earth's "Think Watershed"... more »
- Long Beach, CA
Brian gave a presentation to 50 citizens in Sullivan County Pa this summer which was well received with lots of good information.... more »
- Dallas, PA
The environment needs our protection. 40% of American rivers are now too polluted for swimming, fishing, or aquatic life. In the US, factories produce 3 million tons of toxic air annually.
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