Donate to the Foothill Conservancy

We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Your contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Our Federal ID number is 68-0205572

It's a great year to give

The CARES Act relief initiative now allows taxpayers to deduct up to $300 of their cash donations without itemizing deductions and raises the limit to 100% of your AGI for those that do itemize. Ask your tax professional for more information.

Five easy ways to contribute


Join a wonderful group of people who belong to the  Conservancy! We need you as a member. Please consider making a monthly donation.


Mail us a check or use your credit card to donate. It's an easy, safe and quick way to help support the Foothill Conservancy.

Donate appreciated assets

You can donate appreciated securities, personal property, real estate, or insurance policies. You may be able to take an income tax deduction at the asset's full current value. Please see your financial advisor for more information and contact our office for donation details.

Legacy Planning

You can make a specific bequest to Foothill Conservancy to help us continue our work into the future, or name us as recipient of memorial donations upon your death. You can designate your gift for a specific purpose or allow us to use it as we see fit.

Donate from your IRA

If you are at least age 70 1/2, you can donate to us from your IRA without paying tax on the withdrawal*. Or you can designate us as the beneficiary of your annual, min. required distribution to avoid paying income tax on that distribution.

* Please see your financial advisor for more information and contact our office for donation details. For more detailed options on charitable giving options, see your tax advisor.

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Thank you to our generous sponsors

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Larry Patterson, Board President, Camanche Village, CA:  MS Civil/Transportation Engineering UC Berkeley, BS Civil Engineering University of Texas, private consultant, former Public Works Director and City Manager of San Mateo, recipient of the League’s James L. Martin Award in 2012