Make a Difference Today!
Become a founding member of the South Platte River Waterkeeper and help support litigation and advocacy to protect and restore the South Platte River and its watershed. The South Platte River Waterkeeper is part of the Waterkeeper Alliance, a global network of 300+ organizations.
Funds raised will be used to litigate, communicate and educate. We'll hire technical experts and the best river-loving lawyers we can find to help us protect and restore the South Platte River. Help us get this message out there by making a contribution today!
Your donation today is 100% tax-deductible. Donations of $25 or more automatically provide you with an annual membership. Make it official and sign-up today!
ABOUT THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER WATERKEEPER
The South Platte River Waterkeeper believes that humans and the environment share a fundamental right to clean water. Our work is centered on protecting the river, it's tributaries and the watershed that make up our amazing and storied history of this river. South Platte River Waterkeeper will use a strategic combination of community engagement, education, hard science and lawsuits to protect and restore the South Platte River to be fishable, swimmable and drinkable.
$25 FRIEND OF THE RIVER
Become a card carrying Waterkeeper member, with access to our website, our annual meeting, and take pride in knowing your donation matters!
$250 JUMP IN THE RIVER
This membership level grants access to a Rainbow Trout Luncheon, where you can meet others who are as enthusiastic as you about maintaining and protecting the South Platte.
$1000 SOUTH PLATTE RIVER CHAMPION
River Champions embody the spirit of the South Platte River. Once a year, we'll host a celebration on the South Platte where you and your family can come and enjoy the River with other River Champions.
About the Waterkeeper Alliance
Waterkeeper Alliance is a global movement uniting more than 300 Waterkeeper groups around the world, focusing citizen action on issues that affect our waterways, from pollution to climate change. The Waterkeeper movement patrols and protects over 2.5 million square miles of rivers, lakes, and coastlines in the Americas, Europe, Australia, Asia, and Africa.