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Working to protect the Mississippi River and its watershed in the Twin Cities area
There are many reasons for you to support FMR, and numerous ways to do so! To support cleaner drinking water, enhanced recreation, restored habitat and more visit one of the links below. Make a difference for the river today!
When you become an FMR member, you add strength to our local role as the community voice for the river. You also get up-to-date info, advanced registration for fun events, and your choice of some great member premiums. And best of all, you get the satisfaction of knowing you are making a tangible difference for your river and your community.
|$25 - $49||Student or Senior|
|$50 - $99||River Steward|
|$100 - $249||River Sponsor|
|$250 - $499||River Supporter|
|$500 - $999||River Sustainer|
Give a gift in honor or in memory of a loved one and we will send them a notification of your thoughtfulness.
Join the Mississippi River Legacy Society!
You can make a contribution on-line right now via Visa, MasterCard, or Discover — A great way to join as a member, make a special donation, or give a gift membership, a memorial gift or a gift in honor of someone.
If you prefer to donate by mail, download and complete the membership form below. Enclose it with your donation and drop it in the mail.
FMR Membership Form (189 KB PDF)
Heather Haynes, Director of Development: firstname.lastname@example.org, or 651-222-2193 x20 (for general donation and membership inquiries, corporate membership, giving or sponsorship and foundation grants).
Jeanine Holden, Development Officer: email@example.com, or 651-222-2193 x22 (for Mississippi Riverkeeper and Mississippi River Legacy Society inquiries).
Friends of the Mississippi River has been awarded the Charities Review Council’s “Meets All Standards” Seal indicating that it meets all 27 of the Council’s Accountability Standards in the areas of Public Disclosure, Governance, Financial Activity and Fundraising.
You can read their full report at our page on their web site.
Friends of the Mississippi River has also been recognized by the GuideStar Exchange for following best practices in non profit disclosure and accountability.