"Around the campfire or the water cooler, barstool or barre class, we need your help telling the Georgia Conservancy story."
 

 
During the next 12 months we’re raising the bar: conserving more than 30,000 - 35,000 acres of land, educating more than 3,500 people in “Georgia’s outdoor classroom” that we call our trips program, and helping thousands of students and parents breath a little easier with our school siting workshops. But, truthfully, the issue that gives us great concern is maintaining steady handed advocacy on behalf of the gem of Georgia’s coast: Cumberland Island

With so much to do, we’ve had to expand annual fundraising goals. We’re currently $50,000 behind our expanded funding needs and we need your help.

For our 50th Anniversary, we've asked a number of our supporters to step up as Georgia Conservancy Storytellers.  Read our stories on what a culture of conservation means to us as citizens, as parents, as children.  Find a story that you can connect with and consider making a donation to the Georgia Conservancy!