Tice Supplee presents her Fund and the highlights of Audubon Arizona's conservation initiatives.

Conservation

Tice Supplee Fund for Science and Conservation

A new pathway to support the foundation of Audubon Arizona

A creative new pathway to protect birds and their habitats launched in April, expressing the passion and leadership of long-time Director of Bird Conservation, Tice Supplee. 

Along with 45 friends, Tice kicked off the Fund with a personal commitment—and gently challenges everyone to contribute as well, either through annual gifts by June 30 to meet immediate conservation goals, or by leaving a legacy from a will/estate or retirement account for future impact

“It’s been my honor to serve on the Audubon Arizona team.  So my decision was a natural extension of that, designed to encourage a growing circle of friends to support our cause.” 
– Tice Supplee

The Fund supports Audubon's far-reaching efforts in science and conservation exclusively and in perpetuity, from current programs to future initiatives such as strengthening Important Bird Areas (IBAs), expanding Yellow-billed Cuckoo survey work, enhancing the Downtown Owls program, and much more.  

Supporting this Fund means these and other conservation initiatives will stay strong and keep their momentum. 

Would you please make a special, fiscal year-end gift to the Tice Supplee Fund for Science and Conservation?  We’ve set a goal of raising at least $100,000 in donations to the Fund by June 30, 2018.  

Consideration of a legacy gift requires thoughtful planning. You can make a planned gift/bequest to the Fund from your retirement account or estate plans, or contact us about the best way to make a legacy gift work for you.

Give to the Fund today.

For more information, contact George A. Martinez at 623-377-3597 or gamartinez@audubon.org. Checks or credit card information can also be mailed to Audubon Arizona, 3131 S. Central Ave., Phoenix AZ 85040.

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