Give Wild this Giving Tuesday
Be one of the 100 to join the movement for a wilder Montana
Today is Giving Tuesday, a global movement to celebrate and give back to the causes that are most important to you and your community.
In Montana, there’s no shortage of joy that can be had on our wild public lands. We can count on wild joy today because of the commitment of thousands who have spoken up for silverback grizzlies and gnarled larch, graceful pronghorn and buoyant balsamroot, mountain vistas and unbroken prairie. And now, it’s going to take all of us – you, me, and a movement of thousands more – to defend the protections we have today and work towards an even wilder and more joyful Montana tomorrow.
Our job is to empower thousands of people who love Montana’s coulees and cougars, buttes and bears – people just like you – to speak up for wild public lands.
Adding your voice is one of the best ways you can build an unstoppable movement of wildlands supporters.
More than 100 of your friends, neighbors, and fellow wilderness lovers have already donated. Together, let’s add 100 more supporters to power the movement for Montana’s wildlands. Can we count on you to give today and be one of the next 100?
What difference will your donation make?
You’ll be by our side when we rally at the State Capitol to fight against land-transfer efforts. You’ll be there when we secure essential funding for our state parks, public trails, and wildlife habitat. You’ll be with us in D.C. when we defend and strengthen the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) and end reckless oil and gas leasing. Together, we’ll speak up for forests and grasslands, lynx and bull trout, clean water and fresh air, and the people who depend on them.
Here’s the reality: this isn’t our movement. It’s YOUR movement. We’re here to help you raise your voice to protect what you love, and your support helps us do that. Give today.
Interim Development Director
Kassia leads MWA's grant portfolio and supports donor stewardship. She writes reports and proposals, identifies new funding sources, and helps develop strategies to generate support for our programs. She's a backpacker, canoeist, and cross-country skier, and enjoys exploring Montana's wild backcountry.