Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society (SCVAS) relies on donations from hundreds of individuals like you to support our many education and conservation efforts in our Bay Area. Each dollar that you donate joins with the dollars of your neighbors to accomplish many goals and to improve your quality of life in Santa Clara County. All donations to us are tax-deductible since we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
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Corporate Charitable Gift Matching Program
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More ways to support
Besides making monetary donations, you can support SCVAS through a variety of other ways such as donating stocks and making a bequest.
Become a member of SCVAS
SCVAS is an independent chapter of National Audubon Society (NAS) with its own membership, expeditures, and programs. We receive only a minimal stipend from NAS that does not even cover the publication of our newsletter, The Avocet. Please become a supporting member so we can continue our work in the Bay Area.
Your donation is tax deductible
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your tax-deductible gift helps fund our education and conservation programs in the Bay Area.
Last modified November 2012
Upcoming Events at SCVAS
Saturday February 13, 8:00 AM (Half Day)
Sunday February 14, 8:00 AM (Half day)
The campus provides a bird friendly habitat.
Monday February 15, President's Day Weekend - tours begin at 10:00am, 10:15am and 10:45am
Young Audubon Elephant Seal Walk
Ano Nuevo State Reserve is home to the largest mainland breeding colony of Northern Elephant Seals in the world.