How you can help the Wye Marsh
The Wye Marsh serves the community by conserving an ecologically significant wetland that is a filter for the Georgian Bay watershed and home to fourteen threatened and endangered species that live here. We provide winter water access and food for Trumpeter Swans and educate the public about the history of the Wye Marsh and its importance as a natural resource.
As a non-profit organization the Wye Marsh relies on the community in order to provide these services. In fact, we are funded largely by our membership, our partners, and public donations. We are also supported by over 200 volunteers throughout the year. The Wye Marsh needs your help!
There are many ways in which you can become involved in ensuring that an ecological jewel does not fall into the category of 70 % of Canadian wetlands that have disappeared due to environmental stressors such as land development, upstream runoff and invasive species.
You can make a lasting difference by helping foster environmental stewardship.
Monthly Gifts Help protect and conserve our natural heritage through education by making a monthly donation to Wye Marsh. Your monthly support will help the dedicated staff and volunteers continue to foster environmental stewardship to each and every visitor to Wye Marsh.
Single Gifts Your gift will make a difference. Donate today to help support our environmental education programs, day camps or a project that is important to you.
Memorial Gifts Memorial donations are a meaningful way of remembering a loved one and create a conservation legacy. Your thoughtfulness and support play a significant role in enabling the Wye Marsh to continue environmental and educational programs.
Tribute Gifts Honour a friend, colleague, or family member with a gift that helps to conserve and protect nature through education.
Gordon Black Memorial Camp Sponsorship Fund As an underprivileged child, Gordon was not able to participate in summer camp. Margaret, his wife, created this wonderful tribute to her late husband. A gift of $200 will enable an underprivileged child in our community to come to camp for one week.
Junior Naturalist Program The Junior Naturalist program welcomes 20-30 youth (ages 11 to 14) every summer with a goal to inspire and nurture a love of the natural sciences.
Plan a gift for the future of Wye Marsh Together our legacy can be more than just the conservation of the Wye Marsh. Our legacy can be a whole new generation that is committed to the conservation of our natural heritage and natural resources.
Friends of Wye Marsh Inc. Charitable Registered Number #101894426RR0001