Corporate partners are an integral part of Chattahoochee Riverkeeper! Your support makes a big difference in the lives of over 5 million people who depend on the Chattahoochee River, its lakes and tributaries, for both drinking water and everyday needs.

Our various partnership opportunities can help you build brand loyalty, while delivering on your cause-marketing investment. essays on saint augustine's confessions biography of important people dog enlarged lymph nodes prednisone bates college essay cialis 5mg efeitos colaterais apa format cite reference website cialis roxborough park cialis et mal au dos safety presentation ppt ilc tvo homework help here favorite place to relax essay forrest school homework help best nonfiction essay collections ltd cytotec conga dance quantitative tools for research thesis appendix numbering propecia manufacturer scholarships essay contests houston texas high school 2008 a thesis maker click environmental sustainability research papers importance of sports in life essay get link go here follow link enter Program Support: Cash or in-kind gifts support our many educational, advocacy, and monitoring programs, and help us advance our mission. You can make a donation online here, or by contacting Kyndall Thiessen, our Membership Manager.

Volunteer: One of the most popular ways to volunteer is during a company-sponsored cleanup! Your staff will spend a day in the great outdoors, participating in either a river-based or land-based cleanup. For more information on how to register your group, please contact Tammy Bates, our Outings Manager.

Sponsor an Event: Our events educate and entertain. From film festivals and cocktail parties to river races and family-friendly festivals, there’s an ideal happening for your company. For more information, please contact Kyndall Thiessen, our Membership Manager.

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Supporting the BacteriALERT program through the Quality Hooch campaign makes perfect sense for ORVIS.  The real time data benefits the many anglers that already enjoy the river and also better educates those who have been reluctant to get on the water in the past due to feared contamination.  We are passionate about getting more anglers on our local waters through programs like Fly Fishing 101, realizing that the more anglers that enjoy the resource, the more support organizations like CRK will receive to protect it.

– Paul Range