The Greater Worcester Land Trust is a small non-profit (501 c 3) organization.
You can contact the Land Trust office or call us at 508-795-3838.
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Support the GWLT
Thank you for your interest in supporting the Greater Worcester Land Trust. There are multiple ways for you to support our efforts to keep Worcester's greenspaces open and available for public use and enjoyment.
Become a Member
Becoming a member of the GWLT has many benefits, including notification of GWLT events and projects, as well as the knowledge that your donation is helping the GWLT in its day-to-day operations. We will also be happy to send you an awesome GWLT decal that looks great on cars, refrigerators, notebooks, computers or anything else that might need a little decoration.
In order to become a member of the GWLT, individual donors contribute $25 or more per year; families contribute $100 or more per year. To become a member, use one of the donation options below.
Donations to the GWLT are used as efficiently as possible, and any contribution helps us to continue our operations. We operate on a lean annual budget, which ensures that the Trust seeks bargain sales, gifts, and grants to efficiently acquire land, and fully utilize the volunteer labors of board members. Any contribution is used as effectively as possible to build and maintain conservation property in the Greater Worcester area. There are two options for donating:
Donate online with a credit card. We accept donations through Google Checkout or PayPal.
There are multiple opportunities to volunteer your time and skills to support the GWLT. If you enjoy spending time in nature, learning more about the ecology of Central Massachusetts, or just want to help ensure that Worcester's green spaces remain available and open for everyone to enjoy, consider signing up for our Volunteer Conservation Corps.