Thank You for Supporting the Land Trust on GiveNOLA Day!

Hello Friends!

I want to thank all of you who took the time this week to support Land Trust for Louisiana in our efforts to protect our precious resources. We made great strides toward funding our work at Maurepas Swamp – the birds and the bears, who call this place home, thank you too!

One of the most exciting aspects of GiveNOLA Day is making new friends and supporters – for those of you who are new to our efforts, a special thank you for taking a chance on us! We’re a small but mighty organization doing important work for Louisiana. I invite you to explore our site or shoot me an email anytime you’d like to learn more – we’re always excited to talk about our work!

Thanks again – we simply couldn’t do what we do without you. We’ll keep you posted on our progress as we strive toward protecting Louisiana, for you, for me, forever!

Sincerely,
Cindy
Executive Director
Land Trust for Louisiana

P.S. If you missed GiveNOLA Day and still want to contribute to our efforts, it’s never too late. Simply click here and give online or reach out to us at P. O. Box 1636, Hammond, LA 70404-1636.

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