Ways to Help

Learn about the different ways you can make a gift to Audubon North Carolina.

Photo: Walker Golder

Audubon North Carolina is responsible for raising all of the funds needed to support Audubon's work in North Carolina. The majority of our support comes from individuals, and every dollar donated directly to Audubon North Carolina goes to work in our state.

Our bird's future, and often our own future, depends on the dollars raised today.

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Ways to Give

Learn about the different ways you can make a gift to Audubon North Carolina.

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Cardinal Club Monthly Giving Program
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Cardinal Club Monthly Giving Program

Join the Cardinal Club, our monthly giving program, and put your contribution to work for birds every day of the year. 

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T. Gilbert Pearson Society
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T. Gilbert Pearson Society

Audubon North Carolina's T. Gilbert Pearson Society members are among our most generous supporters, making an annual gift of $1,000 or more.

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Sign-up for bulletins delivered to your email box on topics of special interest to you!

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Volunteer

Audubon North Carolina welcomes volunteers in nearly all of our program areas.

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Ways to Help
Citizen Science

Ways to Help

You don’t have to be a researcher to support bird conservation across our state. You just have to love birds!

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Get Involved in Our Work to Protect Birds

How Easy It Can Be to Welcome Swifts to Your Home
Bird-Friendly Communities

How Easy It Can Be to Welcome Swifts to Your Home

Mooresville homeowners uncap their chimney so neighborhood swifts can have a place to roost.

How Your Contributions Helped Birds in 2014
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How Your Contributions Helped Birds in 2014

During 2014, Audubon asked for your support to protect birds throughout North Carolina and you responded! See how we're putting your dollars to work.

Is that a Partridge in that Pear Tree?
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Is that a Partridge in that Pear Tree?

The annual Christmas Bird Count is citizen science at its best and everyone is invited.

How you can help, right now