Ways to Donate
Individual donations are the backbone of all of Houston Audubon's programs. Donations from individuals such as yourself are the driving force behind all of our education and sanctuary programs. Donations may be made in cash or by credit card. We also have a special program for the donation of securities.
As of June 1, 2016, Houston Audubon is no longer being rated by Charity Navigator because they have suspended rating land trusts. Houston Audubon is proud to have carried a 4-star rating over the last 5 years. Houston Audubon's rating history with Charity Navigator.
For more information regarding why Charity Navigator no longer evaluates Land Trusts and Preserves, please refer to the explanation on the Charity Navigator website.
Donations by credit card or check
Our secure online donation form may be used for credit card and check donations. You may also use this form for memorial and honorarium donations. Checks to Houston Audubon can be mailed to 440 Wilchester Blvd, Houston TX 77079. If you prefer to make a donation by telephone, please call our office at 713-932-1639 (office hours are Monday-Friday, 9 AM - 5PM).
Donations of Securities
To make a donation of securities, please contact Julie Gold or call 713-932-1639.
By making a planned gift to Houston Audubon, you can provide for your future and for the birds. Advantages include life-time payments at attractive rates and significant tax benefits. Please refer to our Planned Giving webpage for more information.
As a land trust, Houston Audubon owns, operates, and manages 17 bird sanctuaries spanning 3,400 acres in our region. Help us continue a long legacy of providing for these habitats. Help Save Our Wild Places. Adopt an Acre Today.
Your generous support through the "adoption" program ensures high quality housing, food, veterinary care, and training for all our education wildlife. Details and How to Adopt.
We invite you to help us praise retired Sanctuary Manager Winnie Burkett's tireless conservation efforts by contributing to this fund and furthering her efforts to introduce young people to the challenges and rewards of land management and habitat conservation. Details and How to Donate.