The Evergreen Council
A Special Group of Committed People Like You
Earthjustice honors supporters who have created their environmental legacy by welcoming them into the Evergreen Council. You can become a part of this special group by including a gift in your will or trust, by beneficiary designation, or by establishing a charitable gift annuity or other estate gift.
Your leadership will help encourage other Earthjustice supporters to take a similar step, and most importantly, it symbolizes your commitment to ensuring the right to a healthy environment for future generations.
When you notify us that Earthjustice has been added to your estate plan, you could release a matching gift in your honor this year – please visit the Never Rest Legacy Challenge page to learn more about this opportunity.
As a member of the Evergreen Council, you will receive:
- Subscription to Evergreen Council News (biannual newsletter)
- Subscription to Earthjustice Quarterly Magazine
- Recognition in our annual report
- Insider updates about our work
- The opportunity to talk one-on-one with an Earthjustice attorney
- Invitations to Earthjustice events, supporter meetings, and Evergreen Council curated events
Share Your Legacy and Join the Never Rest Legacy Challenge
Please let us know if you've already included a gift for Earthjustice. Providing us with documentation is the best way to ensure that your gift is used in the way you intend.
We Make an Impact on Your Behalf
Would you like to receive occasional updates about our legal efforts in courtrooms across the country and how you can get involved? Emails from our Planned Gifts team give you direct access to how Earthjustice is progressing as we take on the biggest environmental challenges of our time.
Providing your information allows you to become part of the Planned Gifts email community. Please note that you can opt-out at any time.
“I know that the gift I’ve included for Earthjustice in my estate plan will help their attorneys save our wildlife and wildlands.”
Earthjustice supporter and Evergreen Council Member