The Savanna Institute selected for the Target Circle Giving Program

by | Jul 19, 2023 | Giving

We are honored and excited to announce that we have been chosen to participate in a special charitable giving campaign, sponsored and funded by Target. And you have the chance to help direct a portion of Target’s donation to us! Now through September 30th, vote for us through Target Circle to help determine how Target’s donation will be divvied up. 

 

We’re asking our supporters to help us make the most of this incredible opportunity. Every vote counts to help us receive a portion of the available Target funds as we continue our mission to lay the groundwork for widespread agroforestry.

Don’t forget, as you earn more votes, you can keep voting multiple times during the campaign! Please consider sharing with your friends, families, and communities who shop at Target and inviting them to support the Savanna Institute.

Thank you for your support, and we encourage you to share your support for us (and your thanks to Target) on social media throughout the duration of the voting!

HOW TO VOTE

Step 1: Choose “My Target” in the Target app

Step 2: Tap on “Target Circle™”

Step 3: Select “Vote for nonprofits”

Step 4: Find us & vote!

Find out more about Target Circle here: www.target.com/circle

Thank you for your continued support!

Alison Long
Development Director, Savanna Institute

[email protected]

(608) 448-6432 ext. 211

“I trust Savanna Institute to be careful stewards of land that’s important to me and my family, and to develop and spread farming practices that will increase biodiversity and fight climate change.”

                                                                  – Jack L., Donor

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