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Matching Deadline: Midnight Sunday

Posted by Rebecca Lavigne at Dec 29, 2012 06:10 AM |
Looking for a final hiking challenge of 2012? Here's one that doesn't even require rain gear or snowshoes. Make a gift to Washington Trails Association by midnight Sunday, December 30 -- and every dollar you give online will be matched, dollar-for-dollar, up to $20,000. That's right, your gift will be DOUBLED for trails thanks to a group of generous donors.
Matching Deadline: Midnight Sunday

Copper Ridge, Chilliwack River. Photo by Molly.

Looking for a final hiking challenge of 2012? Here's one that doesn't even require rain gear or snowshoes.

Make a gift to Washington Trails Association by midnight Sunday, December 30—and every dollar you give online will be matched, dollar-for-dollar, up to $20,000. That's right, your gift will be DOUBLED for trails thanks to a group of generous donors.

When you give to Washington Trails Association, you support the nation's largest state-based volunteer trail maintenance program. You help ensure that we remain a powerful voice for the hiking community.

You can give with confidence knowing that Charity Navigator, one of the nation’s leading charity evaluators, has awarded WTA its highest four-star rating for financial health and for our commitment to accountability and transparency.

The donors who have put up this year-end challenge know how important your support is to WTA's work in the year ahead. That's why they have issued a $20,000 challenge to Washington's hiking community.

Will you take their challenge? All it takes is one simple gift to DOUBLE your impact on trails. Click here to make your tax-deductible gift today using our secure online donation form.

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