Support AMC's mission with your gift.
The President's Society is a group of philanthropic members who annually give an unrestricted gift of $1,000 or more.
You are invited to join the President's Society and have a direct impact on AMC's future success. The President's Society provides critical support for AMC's conservation, environmental education, and recreation programs.
Annual financial contributions from President's Society members make AMC programs possible, in particular:
Managing and stewarding trails throughout the Appalachian Region.
Supporting scientific research, conservation advocacy, land and river protection in the Northern Forest, including Maine's 100-Mile Wilderness, and the Mid-Atlantic Highlands.
Getting 500,000 kids outdoors through environmental education programs and outdoor activities.
Leadership training and support for 25,000 volunteers who advance AMC's mission and introduce thousands of people to the outdoors.
Providing hospitality to 145,000 overnight guests each year in our lodges, huts, shelters, and camps.
For more information, please contact Nikki Resor at email@example.com or 617-391-6608.
Make a gift or a pledge today! Pledges must be fulfilled by December 31, 2016.
Monthly gifts of $85 or more qualify for membership in the President's Society and can be charged to your credit card each month.
Many corporations will match your gift dollar for dollar. Your gift, with a corporate match totaling $1,000 or more, qualifies you for membership in the President's Society.
If you're interested in making a contribution of stock, please contact Alexandra Molnar at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 617-391-6634.
President's Society members share a passion for outdoor pursuits, environmental stewardship, and the satisfaction of knowing they play a key role in furthering AMC's mission. In addition to the impact of their gift, President's Society membership also comes with great benefits that do not affect the tax deductibility of that gift.
AMC membership; subscription to Appalachia; Invitations to outdoor adventures and events with AMC's leadership; One gift membership to give to a friend; Recognition in AMC's Annual Gift Report.
All the benefits of the Mt. Madison level plus and a 1876 Founder pin.
All the benefits of the 1876 Founder level plus Subscription to the White Mountain Guide Online.
All the benefits of the Mt. Jefferson level plus Advance notice and booking for President's Society Adventure Travel trips
All the benefits of the Mt. Adams level plus Personal AMC guide for one day at the Highland Center or Joe Dodge Lodge
All the benefits of the Mt. Washington level plus Opportunity to hike Mt. Katahdin with AMC staff.
All the benefits of the Mt. Washington level plus Invitation to the President's Society's annual Alpine Supper Club event.
Margaret McNamara, Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations
Stephanie Schiele, Director of Development Operations
Dates and registration information for upcoming trips are listed below.
Friday, September 8, 2017
Join President’s Society members Larry and Mary Kernan for a day long bike ride in Concord, MA. For more information contact Nikki Resor at 617-391-6608 or email@example.com.
Wednesday, September 13 - Thursday, September 14, 2017
Hike the remote trails surrounded by stellar views and then spend a night at Carter Notch hut on this exciting trip in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Cost is $134 per person. Youth and child rates available. To register for this trip please contact AMC Reservations at: 603-466-2727 and reference group number: 333156. For questions please contact Alexandra Molnar at: 617-391-6634 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Join us for a moderate hike in Harriman State Park followed by an optional lunch (bring your own), swimming, and paddling at the Stephen & Betsy Corman Harriman Outdoor Center.
Thursday, September 21, 2017
Varied forest, grand views, and abundant wildlife characterize this moderate hike in the Trustees of Reservations’ Noon Hill. Hike alongside rocky cliffs to be rewarded with a scenic vista of the southern hills of Walpole and Norfolk, a great place to observe hawks during fall migration. Additionally we’ll witness the evidence of glacial activity that carved depressions in the hill thousands of years ago and contributed to the unique features we see today. For more information, contact Alexandra Molnar at: 617-391-6634 or email@example.com. To register, visit: https://bcthikes2017.eventbrite.com.