A donation to GOSA’s General Fund of one of the amounts below:
- sets up or renews your GOSA annual membership
- indicates to us your support of our mission to protect the natural wildlife habitats within Groton and Southeastern Connecticut, and to protect inland waters and the waters joining Fishers Island and Long Island Sounds
$25 for individuals
$30 for families
$100 for businesses
Membership for students and active servicemembers who volunteer their time to GOSA is free.
Membership benefits include:
- a subscription to our biannual GOSA News delivered to your home
- electronic GOSA Instant! News alerts and updates delivered to your inbox
- invitations to annual events including the GOSA Gala and Earth Day Clean-Ups in April and our Annual Meeting and Lecture in October
- periodic invitations to join a GOSA hike on our properties
- invitations to get in shape while having fun at a work party
Please make checks payable to: GOSA, Inc.
Mail your check with your address, phone number and e-mail address to:
P.O. Box 9187
Groton, CT 06340-9187
Beyond joining GOSA, let us know (GOSAmail@gmail.com) if you’d like to get involved in one or more of these GOSA activities:
- Habitat restoration and maintenance of The Merritt Family Forest, the Sheep Farm, Candlewood Ridge and Avery Farm
- GOSA’s annual clean-up day at Haley Farm State Park/Candlewood Ridge held each April around Earth Day
- Annual meeting and educational program each October
- Advocacy work, including testifying before town commissions, government agencies, coordinating with state agencies and with conservation groups
- Fundraising for current and future land acquisition projects
- What other skill would you like to offer?
Thank you for your contribution.
All contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
GROTON OPEN SPACE ASSOCIATION, INC. is a non-profit corporation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
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