Do you have extra items that might be of help to TLC? We are often seeking donations of goods to aid us in our work. Making an in-kind donation is a great way to reuse and recycle – saving special places in more ways than one! Tax-receipts can be available for the fair-market value of donated goods.
Donations of tools, primarily loppers and clippers, for restoration projects on TLC properties and covenants. Items will be considered on a case by case basis. If you have items to donate, please contact Torrey Archer, TLC’s Covenant Manager, at 250-479-8053.
Books and publications for TLC’s library, including Sierra (2001 – present), Canadian Geographic (1990 – present), British Columbia Magazine (2001-2007), British Columbia Organic Grower (2004 – present), B.C. Naturalist (now B.C. Nature) (2002 – present), Stories in Stone (Old Cemeteries Society), and Preserve (Hallmark Society). Please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org regarding your donation.
Do you have a special skill or some extra time to give? Caring for B.C’s special places requires lots of hard-work and TLC can often use an extra hand. From carpentry to photography, tree-services, biological studies, and event management, TLC is grateful for the support of many talented individuals and local businesses. If you are interested in donating your services, give us a call at 1-877-485-2422. You can also check out our current list of volunteer opportunities.
Your used postage stamps could help raise funds for TLC! If you get large colourful stamps on your mail from Canada and overseas, like those pictured here, please save them for us. Just trim them off the envelopes and packages with a border of about 0.5 cm (0.25 inch) so as not to cut or damage the stamps and send them to TLC’s head office. TLC has a dedicated volunteer who then sells them on EBay!