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that will vibrate in eternity.

--Edwin Hubbel Chapin,
American Author,
1814-1880
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Donations can be made to Sierra Club or The Sierra Club Foundation (TSCF). Contributions to Sierra Club can be used to accomplish all of the work that "Foundation" money can be used for, and more. It is the hardest to raise and the kind we most need. If you are not concerned with whether your gift is tax-deductible, please consider making your year-end donation to the "Sierra Club." Thank you for supporting our chapter's environmental work in Kentucky. Your contribution is very much appreciated!

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Make a check payable to "Sierra Club," note "Year-End Donation" in the memo, and mail to:

Sierra Club, Cumberland Chapter
P.O. Box 1368
Lexington, KY 40588-1368

Donations to the Sierra Club are not tax-deductible; they support our effective, citizen-based advocacy and lobbying efforts.

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Contributions to The Sierra Club Foundation are used for all of our work that is strictly limited to education and Public Interest Litigation. We use this money, known as 501(c)(3) money to raise awareness about different environmental issues.

To make a donation to the Sierra Club Foundation:

Make a check payable to "The Sierra Club Foundation," note "Cumberland Chapter" in the memo, and mail to:

Sierra Club, Cumberland Chapter
P.O. Box 1368
Lexington, KY 40588-1368

Contributions and gifts to the Sierra Club Foundation are tax-deductible as charitable contributions as they support grants for public education, research and public interest litigation necessary to further the Sierra Club’s conservation goals.


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