Other Ways to Give

There are many ways to support Wilderness Awareness School’s efforts to help kids and adult connect with nature, develop a more refined sense of self and build community. Whether you contribute financially now or join the Ingwe Legacy Circle by remembering WAS in your will or living trust, volunteer to mentor kids or shop at stores that donate a portion of their proceeds to WAS, we appreciate every effort you make!

Shop on Amazon

Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Wilderness Awareness School. By clicking here you will be asked to login to your amazon.com account (or create one). It will then link our AmazonSmile account to your purchases. *Please note: The Awareness Society, A New Jersey Nonprofit is our legal name.

Donate Stocks or Securities

Contributing through gifts of stocks or securities provides a wonderful tax incentive for you, and is a creative way to support Wilderness Awareness School! Contact Danny Edwards at Edward Jones, who can help you with the transaction: 425.844.9769.

Remember Us in Your Will

Our beloved founder, Ingwe, and his wife, Elizabeth, made a long-lasting and positive impact on children and our future. You can leave a similar legacy by including Wilderness Awareness School in your will or living trust or by naming us as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy, or retirement or other financial account.

Please contact Warren Moon, Executive Director of Wilderness Awareness School, to let us know you are considering this opportunity, or have already designated your gift.

Tell Your Friends About Us!

Your words carry weight… Your recommendation has tremendous impact on others considering opportunities to help further our shared mission through taking programs, donating and spreading the word. Please share your enthusiasm with others!

Wilderness Awareness School is a division of The Awareness Society, a not-for-profit organization, recognized as Federal Tax Exempt Organization under IRS code section 501(c)(3).

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