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Support FOR YOUR OUTDOORS

AMC members and supporters like you share a love for the outdoors.

Because of that, you build, maintain, and care for trails.

You protect public land, clean air, and clean water. And you impart to others – of all ages and all walks of life – the joy and value of being outdoors.

AMC relies on people like you to make it all happen. Your gift will move mountains.

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Your gift supports the outdoors you love.



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More Ways to Give

Ongoing Campaigns
Annual Fund - Your gift will be used where it's needed most to support AMC's efforts in conservation, recreation, and education.
Trails Fund - Give to the trails you love. Your gift builds, maintains, and cares for trails throughout the Northeast.
Bay Circuit Trail Campaign - Your gift will make the Bay Circuit Trail and Greenway a more active, vibrant destination.
Maine Woods Initiative - Support outdoor recreation, resource protection, sustainable forestry, and community partnership efforts in Maine's 100-Mile Wilderness.
Honor and Memorial Gifts - Make a donation in honor of or in memory of someone special. Recognize an important person and provide much-needed support for AMC's mission.

Trailblazer
- Your monthly gift of $10 or more will support the programs you love most at AMC. (Includes AMC membership)

President's Society
- Join a group that provides critical support with unrestricted gifts over $1,000 dollars. (Includes AMC membership, Appalachia, and invitations to exclusive President's Society events.)

Summit Trust - Become a part of AMC's planned giving program, a special group of dedicated AMC supporters who have included AMC in their wills or other estate plans.

The Appalachian Mountain Club is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. View our financial statements.

The AMC participates in Earth Share of New England's workplace giving campaigns (similar to United Way campaigns, with a focus on environmental philanthropy). View EarthShare's latest video, We Share, created by Draftfcb-Chicago, with music by Albert Hammond, Jr. of the Strokes.