Donate Land

EALT accepts gifts of ecologically significant lands, which we will protect in perpetuity. Environment Canada's Ecological Gifts Program enables landowners to donate land and receive significant tax benefits.

You may also donate a Conservation Easement on all or parts of your property. Conservation easements are a tool to allow you to permanently protect natural and cultural features of your land, without giving up ownership or use, while EALT continues conservation of these lands in perpetuity.

Learn more about donating land, conservation easements, and about how conservation works, or contact Pam Wight, Executive Director, at to talk about your options for conserving your land.

Donate to an Endowment Fund, or Create Your Own

EALT has several endowment funds held by the Edmonton Community Foundation. Endowment funds are not spent, but are permanently invested and their income provides important ongoing support.

You can also create a named endowment fund to give in the name of yourself or others. You might wish to place your own name on the fund, or to honour a loved one. Contact the Edmonton Community Foundation for more information.

Give in Honour or in Memory

Remember a loved one, or honour a birthday, anniversary, wedding, retirement, graduation, bar/bat mitzvah, new baby, or other special occasion. Learn more about Tribute Giving, or make a donation online.

Leave a Legacy in Your Will

Your legacy is the footprint you leave on the earth and the memories that others have of you. Gifts in Wills help leave a conservation legacy for future generations. Learn more about leaving your conservation legacy.

Match Your Donation

Some employers match charitable contributions made by their employees. To maximize the benefit of your donation to EALT, contact your Human Resources department to find out if this is a possibility for you, and contact us to let us know about your employer's matched donation.

Donate Securities or Mutual Funds

Take advantage of tax benefits by donating securities or mutual funds to EALT through CanadaHelps.