Not sure what to get the person in your life that has everything this holiday season? Consider the following ideas that support the planet and help the Cottonwood Institute thrive:
Give The Gift Of The Outdoors! Consider making a donation to the Cottonwood Institute and help increase the accessibility of the outdoors to high school and middle school students in the Boulder/Denver area who have never camped out before. Every donation makes a big difference and will help sponsor a student to have a once in a lifetime experience with the Cottonwood Institute in 2010. Check out our Notes from the Field and Action Projects sections of our website to learn more about how we are “changing the world, one adventure at a time!” If you are inspired by what we are up to, click the Donate Now link on our website. Every donation helps make a big impact in the lives of our students!
Books That Give Back: For the bookworm on your list, check out the Recommended Books section of our website for our best picks that pertain to survival skills, the environment, and changing the world! These books are sold through independent booksellers and the Cottonwood Institute receives a percentage of each sale. For book ideas, go to: https://www.cottonwoodinstitute.org/store/recommended-books/
Shop Online with a Conscience: If you shop online for airline tickets, clothes, or books, a percentage of each purchase can benefit the Cottonwood Institute at no cost to you! Here’s the scoop: when you shop online this holiday season, consider using GoodShop to shop at stores like Expedia.com, Amazon.com, J. Crew, Banana Republic, Nordstrom, Gap, Macy’s, Old Navy, and more! For more info, go to: https://www.cottonwoodinstitute.org/store/goodshop/
A Donation With Every Search: You can help raise money for the Cottonwood Institute by searching the Internet! You may have heard about this website through friends, the NY Times, Oprah Magazine, or CNN. If you use GoodSearch, which is powered by Yahoo, every time you search the Internet, a donation will be made to the Cottonwood Institute! For more information, go to: https://www.cottonwoodinstitute.org/blogs/cottonwood-institute/raise-money-for-the-cottonwood-institute-by-searching-the-internet/