#WVGivesGreen is a collaborative day of giving to unite the environmental and conservation movement across West Virginia. From statewide organizations to localized watershed groups, we believe there is power in collaboration to uplift the important, diverse work being accomplished across the Mountain State.

Please join us on Tuesday, June 14 as we embark on the first #WVGivesGreen Day.

If your organization would like to participate, please contact Chett Pritchett, Development Officer at West Virginia Rivers Coalition, at cpritchett@wvrivers.org for more information. 

#WVGivesGreen Partners

The Avian Conservation Center of Appalachia, Inc. (ACCA) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization located near Morgantown, WV. Our mission is to conserve the region’s wild birds through research, education, and rehabilitation.

The Blue Ridge Watershed Coalition (BRWC) was formed from the Vision Statement of the Blue Ridge Mountain Communities Area Watershed Plan “Future of the Mountain: A Common Vision for the Jefferson County Blue Ridge Mountain Communities Area.” 

“Protecting the forests, farms, rural heritage and water quality of the Cacapon and Lost River watershed.” 

Christians For The Mountains (CFTM) core mission is to honor the truth of Psalm 24:1: “The earth and all it contains belongs to God.” 

Because all humans share the need for clean water, Pocahontas County, WV, headlands for eight rivers, has a special responsibility for preserving and protecting this most precious resource. Eight Rivers Council focuses on improving the land, water and air of Pocahontas County, WV through community action and education. 

Donate to Eight Rivers Council by mailing a check to P.O. Box 282, Hillsboro, West Virginia 24946

“To improve the natural qualities of, increase the public concern for, and promote the enjoyment of the Deckers Creek Watershed.” 


The Greenbrier River should be saved as a legacy.  It is an essential part of our lives that enriches and inspires us.  The watershed is a unique ecosystem with rich varieties of aquatic, riparian, and upland wildlife, tributaries, farmland, forest, people, and communities.  Our purpose is to promote the maintenance, preservation, protection and restoration of the ecological integrity of the Greenbrier River and its watershed. 

Sleepy Creek Watershed Association was formed in 1999 by a group of Morgan County residents who understood the delicate connections between land and water — that what drains from our driveways, backyards, and businesses impacts the little stream nearby and, ultimately, Sleepy Creek and the Potomac River. 

The West Virginia Highlands Conservancy promotes, encourages and works for the conservation – including both preservation and wise management – and appreciation of the natural resources of West Virginia and the Nation.  We focus primarily on the Highlands Region of West Virginia, but our work is for the cultural, social, educational, physical health, spiritual and economic benefit of present and future generations of residents and visitors alike. 

The mission of the West Virginia Environmental Council is to facilitate communication and cooperation among citizens in promoting environmental protection in West Virginia, to assist in organizing grass roots groups, to facilitate interaction among established environmental organizations, and to correspond with all appropriate local, state, and federal agencies involved in the management of West Virginia’s environment.

The mission of WV Interfaith Power & Light is to be faithful stewards of Creation by responding to climate change through the promotion of renewable and efficient energy practices. We seek to protect the earth’s ecosystems, safeguard the health of all Creation, and ensure sufficient, sustainable energy and a clean environment for all.

Donate to West Virginia Interfaith Power and Light by mailing a check to WVCAEF/WVIPL, 1500 Dixie St., Charleston, WV 25311

The West Virginia Land Trust is a statewide nonprofit dedicated to protecting West Virginia’s natural lands, scenic areas, water quality, and recreational access forever.  Since 1994, the organization has protected nearly 20,000 acres of land. 

Our mission is to conserve and restore West Virginia’s exceptional rivers and streams. We value clean water as the foundation of life. We believe that all people should respect and be able to enjoy clean West Virginia rivers and streams. We operate under the premise that inclusive and diverse civic engagement is the key to building political power to affect change. 


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