From Tree to Sea: Protecting What is Precious

A garden party and fundraiser to benefit RE Sources
Wednesday, May 24th from 5:30pm – 7:30pm

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Join us for a casual garden party on Wednesday, May 24th from 5:30pm – 7:30pm in Bellingham. Address provided upon RSVP.

Come enjoy mingling with friends, neighbors, and the RE Sources team over delicious appetizers and drinks provided by our generous hosts Holly Harris and Jeff Boyd at their Happy Valley home in Bellingham.

We’ll share new updates from our Future Forests campaign to safeguard legacy forests and our Salish Sea Protection efforts, and I hope you will consider making a generous gift to help us secure a $10,000 challenge match being offered for the party. This is a fantastic opportunity to double your gift through matching funds and do twice as much good as we spring into this new season of successes!

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From tree to sea, the decisions we make about how we treat one landscape (or ecosystem or neighborhood) impacts the others. Building on our decades of local science and advocacy, we’re protecting legacy forests and launching a big push to restore Bellingham Bay – with solutions that scale up to benefit the Salish Sea at large.

Join us in building communities that are healthy, climate-resilient, socially just, and ecologically restorative by RSVPing today to reserve your spot. Once you RSVP Yes, you’ll receive a calendar event with details so you can save the date.

Special thanks to Holly Harris and Jeff Boyd for hosting this party, and to co-hosts Jan Dank and Marid Hendrickson, and Carrie Blackwood.

Can’t make it? You can still make an impact by giving a gift that will be doubled by matching funds! Thank you for helping us protect and restore this beautiful place we call home.


Please contact Julia Spencer with any questions:
JuliaS@re-sources.org or (360) 510-9329

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