Become a Member
Bass River's preservation is dependent upon on all who treasure its beauty and invaluable natural resources. Friends of Bass River welcomes you to join us and become a member. Together we can make a difference!
Friends of Bass River is proud to partner fiscally with The Cape Cod Foundation. If you prefer to make your tax-deductible gift or pay for your membership with a check, please make it payable to:
Friends of Bass River Fund
c/o The Cape Cod Foundation
261 White's Path - Unit 2
South Yarmouth MA 02664
Become a member today and receive a Friends of Bass River sticker as a thank you for showing your support for Bass River.
Interested in becoming a Founding Family? Friends of Bass River is currently accepting one-time gifts of $2,500 or more to help secure a strong foundation on which to build our river’s support system. Please contact our founders directly at email@example.com to further discuss or arrange your tax-deductible gift.
Friends of Bass River will work tirelessly to protect and preserve the invaluable resource that we all treasure. The long term goal of restoring our river to a healthy state won't be possible without help from the people who love the river – people like you. Please become an annual member and join a larger community dedicated to a healthy future for Bass River. Your membership is tax-deductible.
$150: Pond Protector
$500: Watershed Warrior
$1000: Headwater Hero
$5000: River Rat
The health of Bass River is a vital component of our business and economic community. Friends of Bass River needs the year round support of businesses both big and small to help save this valuable resource. Please join us as we work to secure a vibrant future for our river.
$ 250: Friendly Sponsor
$ 500: Estuary Associate
$1000: Bass River Partner
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