Currently, HMANA is on pace to achieve the fundraising goal our Board of Directors set back in 2013! However, we are not ready to measure the curtains just yet. We still have work to do. A strong finish to the campaign in 2015-2016 is essential so we can take full advantage of this unprecedented opportunity to staff our new home at the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge’s visitor center.
For those of us who love and enjoy raptors, donating to this campaign is a direct and tangible way to positively impact raptor conservation for decades in to the future! Your donation will help ensure that our 3-year effort will be successful, and the future of HMANA’s critical raptor migration monitoring program will be long-lasting.
This campaign began with a simple yet pivotal idea – asking all of you to join us to help HMANA move towards a sustainable future with a full-time executive director, based in our first-ever permanent office at the new refuge visitor center (scheduled to open in Spring 2017).
We need ALL our friends and supporters to help us reach the finish line. So far the campaign has been joined by over 150 raptor enthusiasts who have generously contributed over the past two years. Won’t you please join or continue your support now to advance this campaign?
HMANA’s Board is tremendously thankful for your generous response thus far, and for the unwavering confidence you’ve shown in this exciting vision for HMANA’s future. Simply stated we need to reach our $50,000 goal by May 31, 2016 for our campaign to succeed. And, please note that the HMANA Board is united in its resolve to join each of you in helping to reach our goal. Let’s continue to achieve this amazing success together.
Many members, friends and directors have made a commitment for annual contributions of $500, $250 or $100 to ensure the success of this campaign. Please know that any donation you are able to make will move us even closer to our ambitious goal!!!
DONATE today online at http://www.hmana.org/donations/ or send a check to HMANA, Counting for Raptor Conservation, P.O. Box 721, Plymouth, NH, 03264.