Year End Thank You

Posted on Tuesday, December 15th, 2009 by »

With December in full throttle and the end of the year fast approaching we would like to take a moment and thank all of our friends for the support you have shown us this year.  Our “Spokes-goat”, Mr Scotchman, is delighted to announce that, with your help, we have grown to over 2,700 friends on our list of supporters! And he has created a special thank you video which you can view by clicking on the link below or visiting our YouTube channel:

Mr Scotchmans Video

We would like to thank our supporters, whose generous donations raised $4,000 to match the challenge from the Cinnabar Foundation, ensuring we would receive their grant.  Our supporters are not obliged to join or become a member or donate.  We provide our outreach programs and publications free of charge to all those who are interested. But, in large part, these efforts  are made possible because if individuals who voluntarily donate.

Many people will consider a year end donation in order to lower their tax obligation. Such donations from our supporters help us to produce quality publications, maps, events and to continue our outreach for public support. Your contribution, no matter how large or small, can help make a difference!

Simply send a check to the address below OR, for your convenience, you may now make secure on-line donations with your credit card or PayPal account. See the “Donate” button on the right hand side of our web pages!  With your contribution we will achieve our goal of protecting the Scotchman Peaks as designated Wilderness!

Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness
Box 2061
Sandpoint, ID 83864

Mr Scotchman thanks you for your continued support!

About The Author:

Phil Hough is the Executive Director of the Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness.

An avid long distance hiker, Phil's experience on the Appalachian Trail, Pacific Crest Trail and Continental Divide Trails brought a passion for wild places and motivated him to work towards protecting the one of the last and largest wild places in northern Idaho and Western Montana, the Scotchman Peaks.

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