Support FOR YOUR TRAILS AND THE OUTDOORS
AMC members and supporters like you share a love for the outdoors.
Because of that, you build, maintain, and care for trails.
You protect public land, clean air, and clean water. And you impart to others – of all ages and all walks of life – the joy and value of being outdoors.
AMC relies on people like you to make it all happen. Your gift will move mountains.
Donate to AMC
More Ways to Give
Through the mail
Please make your check payable to the Appalachian Mountain Club and mail it to:
Appalachian Mountain Club
10 City Square, Suite 2
Boston, MA 02129
Over the phone
To make a donation over the phone, please contact AMC’s Development Office at 617-391-6634.
Gift of Stock
Annual Fund – Your gift will be used where it’s needed most to support AMC’s efforts in conservation, recreation, and education.
Honor and Memorial Gifts – Make a donation in honor of or in memory of someone special. Recognize an important person and provide much-needed support for AMC’s mission.
President’s Society – Join a group that provides critical support with unrestricted gifts of $1,000 or more. (Includes AMC membership, Appalachia, and invitations to exclusive President’s Society events.)
Trailblazer – Your monthly gift of $10 or more will support the programs you love most at AMC. (Includes AMC membership)
Summit Trust – Become a part of AMC’s planned giving program, a special group of dedicated AMC supporters who have included AMC in their wills or other estate plans.
Corporate Members – Support the nation’s oldest outdoor recreation and conservation organization while providing employees with unique benefits.
Trails Fund – Give to the trails you love. Your gift builds, maintains, and cares for trails throughout the Northeast.
Bay Circuit Trail Campaign – Your gift will make the Bay Circuit Trail and Greenway a more active, vibrant destination.
Maine Woods Initiative – Support outdoor recreation, resource protection, sustainable forestry, and community partnership efforts in Maine’s 100-Mile Wilderness.
The Appalachian Mountain Club is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. View our financial statements.