Membership

YOU CAN HELP

Your membership helps the Southeast Alaska Land Trust fulfill its mission to cooperate with communities, landowners, agencies, and others to ensure that habitat, recreation, open space, and historic areas remain in place for the benefit of each generation. Thanks to our members’ support, since 1995, SEAL Trust has permanently protected nearly 3,500 acres of Southeast Alaska’s wetlands, forests, rivers, coastlines.

With your help, we can continue protecting our region’s vital natural areas for present and future generations.

The Southeast Alaska Land Trust is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit and your gift is tax deductible. Our federal tax identification number is: 92-0156402.

MEMBER BENEFITS

SEAL Trust members are eligible for the following discounts from these local businesses that support our mission:

Please make sure to thank these businesses
for supporting land conservation in Southeast Alaska!

HOW TO MAKE A GIFT

  • Donate online using our secure giving page, or by clicking the “DONATE” button above.
  • Mail your check to:
    Southeast Alaska Land Trust
    119 Seward Street, Suite 2
    Juneau, AK 99801
  • If your employer matches your charitable contributions, be sure to include any matching gift information.

MEMBERSHIP LEVELS

  • Friend:  <$45
  • Advocate:  $100
  • Steward:  $250
  • Guardian:  $500
  • Champion:  $1,000+

SUSTAINING MEMBERSHIPS

Sign up for a sustaining membership and make a monthly gift to SEAL Trust via your credit card. The sustainable giving program is paperless, and provides a stable flow of support for our critical conservation work. To do this, go to our secure giving page and choose the frequency with which you’d like to give.

GIVING IN HONOR OF OTHERS

  • Honorary & Memorial Giving: Give a gift in honor of a friend or in memory of a loved one.
  • Gift Memberships: Give a unique gift to friends and family. Perfect for weddings, birthdays, holidays, or any special occasion!
Gifts of any size are welcome and make a difference!
THANK YOU for supporting land conservation in Southeast Alaska!