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Updated 7/21/2014 by DZG

Thank you for your interest. Here you may link to secure Club pages accepting your online membership application or donations, or learn about other options.

Chapter General Fund

Contributions and gifts to Sierra Club San Diego Chapter are not tax-deductible; they support our effective citizen-based advocacy and lobbying efforts.

                    Donate Now!

To donate by mail, please make your check payable to "Sierra Club San Diego. " Write "General Fund" in the memo corner of the check and mail to:
Sierra Club San Diego
8304 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, #101
San Diego, CA 92111


Tax-Deductible Donations

Contributions and gifts to Sierra Club Foundation San Diego Chapter Fund are tax-deductible as charitable contributions as they support grants for public education, research and public interest litigation necessary to further the Sierra Clubís conservation goals.
                    The Sierra Club Foundation Go to The Sierra Club Foundation

To donate by mail, please make your check payable to "Sierra Club Foundation." Write "San Diego Chapter" in the memo corner of the check and mail to:
Sierra Club San Diego
8304 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, #101
San Diego, CA 92111


Payment for Events

Payment for events like Whale-watching trips and Sipping Sierrans Wine Tastings are not tax-deductible; they support our effective citizen-based advocacy and lobbying efforts.

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Volunteer

Volunteer to help the chapter's Advancement Committee: contact Richard Miller at 858-569-6005. The committee meets at the chapter office the second Thursday each month at 6:00 P.M.


Cars for Causes

Old car got you down?
Do you have a vehicle you have wanted to get rid of but donít want to hassle with selling it? Why not donate it to the San Diego Chapter of the Sierra Club?
You can do this by visiting www.cars4causes.net, or by calling 800-766-2273, or by sending an email to c4c@cars4causes.net. Be sure to tell them that the donation is for the Sierra Club Foundation, San Diego Chapter so we receive the funds. Thank you!
For more information contact Ellen Shively at (619) 479-3412.


Planned Giving

There are a variety of ways to make a lasting contribution toward a better world and ensure the environment is protected for generations to come.
We welcome the opportunity to show you the potential benefits of making a gift to support our work. Personal discussions, visits, or written presentations incur no obligation on your part, and of course, all information discussed is confidential.
Below is a summary of the various ways you can make a financial commitment to the San Diego Chapter from your will, living trust, or other estate plans to protect our environment.

  • Bequests: Make a gift to support the environmental work of future generations in your will or living trust. Sample bequest language is available.
  • Retirement Plan Assets: Use your tax deferred retirement plan assets to benefit the environment.
  • Life Income Gifts: Transfer assets to The Sierra Club Foundation and you and your chosen beneficiary receive income for a term of years or for life. After the conclusion of the term, the remainder of the life income gift is distributed to The Foundation.
  • Rachel Carson Society: We honor and recognize individuals who make a commitment to the environment by including the Sierra Club or The Sierra Club Foundation in their estate plans.

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