GIVE A ONE-TIME GIFT
By making a one-time gift, you are helping support the important research, rescue, education and conservation programs of the Center for Coastal Studies. Please click the “Donate” button below in order to process your secure on-line payment with PayPal. You will be asked to enter an amount on the following page. You do not need to have a PayPal account to use this service.
ONLINE DONATIONS MADE BETWEEN OCTOBER 21 AND NOVEMBER 5, 2016, WILL SUPPORT THE PURCHASE OF NEW ENGINES FOR THE RESEARCH AND RESCUE VESSEL, IBIS.
You may also call Deb Magee at 845-926-2176 to donate by phone, or mail your gift to the Center at 115 Bradford Street, Provincetown, MA 02657.
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BECOME A SUSTAINING MEMBER
Your on-going support is crucial to sustain our long-term research, conservation and educational efforts. An amount you decide on can be charged to your credit card each month for as long as you wish to continue supporting CCS.
To become a Sustaining Member and make a monthly contribution to CCS, just click on the donate button in the amount of your choice and you are authorizing the Center for Coastal Studies to charge your credit card each month with the amount you choose ($10 per month minimum). Each transaction will appear on your credit card statement. If you would prefer a monthly gift in a different amount, please contact Mary Moore at 508-487-3622, ext. 105 or (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please select your monthly donation amount, and let us know if you would like to receive our newsletters by mail:
This agreement will remain in effect until you notify CCS at email@example.com that you wish to change or terminate it.
For information about stock donations, please contact Deb Magee, Director of Development, at 845-926-2176.
CCS is a registered 501(c)(3), charitable organization, Federal I.D. # 04-2609788. Donations to the Center for Coastal Studies are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.