Chattahoochee Riverkeeper is the only non-profit organization dedicated solely to protecting the Chattahoochee River.

The Chattahoochee River watershed continues to experience unprecedented population growth. With the continued threats our river faces, your support is now more important than ever. The need for advocacy, education, and protection of our water source heightens everyday.

Please support Chattahoochee Riverkeeper with a one-time or recurring gift. Together we can protect and restore Georgia’s Chattahoochee River, its tributaries and watershed, both now and for future generations.

If you would prefer to send your donation in the mail, please download our donor card.

Recurring Gifts

The Ripple Effect was established to create lasting, dependable support for Chattahoochee Riverkeeper’s projects to protect the Chattahoochee River.

By making a recurring donation every week or month, CRK will be able to count on that funding for the future work.

Click here to learn more or set up your recurring gift.

Planned Giving

Since 1994, Chattahoochee Riverkeeper has been working tirelessly to protect what was once the nation’s most polluted river. Our history of commitment to protecting one of our most valuable natural resources drives us to expand our education, volunteer and enforcement programs, year after year.

We boldly envision a future where families play and swim in rivers completely free of trash; paddlers explore off limits stretches of river; and wildlife thrives in and around lakes and tributaries. With your dedicated support, CRK will further expand its geographic reach and enhance the quality of life in our region. Your legacy can help secure the future of our river and safeguard it for future generations for decades to come.

Read about how leave a gift for CRK in your planned giving here. Contact Becca Klein at (404) 352-9828 x207 or [email protected] with any questions. If interested in donating stocks, download our stock transfer instruction form.

Matching Gifts

Here’s an easy way to double your donation: Many companies will match employee donations to a charity. If yours does (check with your HR department to find out), just get the necessary paperwork, and enclose it with your gift when you mail it to CRK. CRK then processes the request on your behalf.

Alternately, you may be asked to complete a form at the time you make your gift, and your HR department will handle the request. Check with your company to learn the proper procedure.

Honorary Gifts

Celebrate a special occasion such as a birthday or anniversary with a gift to CRK, and in the process, support its year-round mission of protecting and restoring the Chattahoochee River. An honorary gift can be made below. CRK will notify the honoree of your gift.

Memorial Gifts

It can be difficult to express condolences to someone who’s lost a loved one. Why not consider a memorial gift? Ensuring the long-term wellbeing of the Chattahoochee River provides a lasting legacy for future generations, while honoring the memory of a loved one. A memorial gift can be made below. If you have directed family and friends to make a donation in a loved one’s memory, CRK will send you a list of donations.

Kroger Rewards

Did you know you can support Chattahoochee Riverkeeper each time you shop at Kroger? All you need to do is sign up with your Kroger Plus Card here, and select Chattahoochee Riverkeeper for your organization to support. Once you’re enrolled, you’ll earn rewards for CRK every time you shop and use your Plus Card!

EarthShare Georgia

Chattahoochee Riverkeeper is a member of EarthShare of Georgia, a federation of environmental organizations that provides a green choice in employee giving. EarthShare of Georgia can work with your business to craft a charitable campaign that fits your company. For more information, please contact Jillian Griffin at [email protected].

Everybody needs clean water, and clean water needs everybody, too.  We are grateful for every person who supports our mission of clean water for all.

– Jason Ulseth

Riverkeeper & Executive Director

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