Protect one of the last wilderness area in southern Québec
Support the Ruiter Valley Land Trust!
100% of our revenues come from contributions from foundations, governmental programs and individuals. You can contribute to our conservation efforts in many ways:
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- By becoming a Member
Contributions from our members are essential to the Land Trust’s activities, such as our education program in local schools, our land conservation program, the organization of nature interpretation activities and maintenance of our trail network.
Membership gives the right to vote at the Annual General Meeting and a discount on Trust publications and events. An income tax receipt is issued for all donations over our basic membership of $25.
Annual Membership fee
An income tax receipt is issued for all donations over the basic membership of $25.
- 25 $ : Individual
- 40 $ : Family
- 100 $ : Patron
- 250 $ : Corporation
- 450 $ : Steward
- 1000 $ : Benefactor
You can fill this form and send it to us though the post with your cheque: Membership form (PDF)
Or you can pay online with a credit card :
- By making a donation
An income tax receipt is issued for all donations over $25.
Donation online with a credit card:
- By making a monthly donation
An income tax receipt is issued for all donations at the end of the year. Select the amount to be donated each month:
- By volunteering your time
You would like to help with the maintenance of our trails, carpentry work, translation, the organization of special events, etc.? We invite you to register on our volunteers list, by sending us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, and indicating your field of interest.
- By making an ecological gift
Environment Canada’s Ecological Gifts Program encourages private landowners to ensure the conservation of their ecologically sensitive land for future generations by donating their property or a partial interest in the land (e.g. a conservation servitude). In addition, the program provides interesting tax benefits.
Source : Environment Canada and our page about conservation
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