Show your support for preserving our beautiful island!
Your donation ensures that our doors stay open so that we can complete ambitious projects which will benefit our island for generations to come. Our land conservation work, stewardship of our protected properties, and community programs and collaborations would not be possible without our dedicated staff, useful technology, and other organizational infrastructure. Every dollar directly supports ALT’s time-sensitive mission to preserve Aquidneck Island’s precious open spaces, natural character, and agricultural heritage for generations to come.
ALT Membership – Join or Renew
When you join the Aquidneck Land Trust today, you will be welcomed into a family of dedicated individuals committed to saving the remaining open spaces on Aquidneck Island.
Aquidneck Land Trust provides the following tax information to certify that Aquidneck Land Trust is not subject to backup withholding and that you may not be required to file such information returns on transactions with our organization, based on the fact that Aquidneck Land Trust is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation.
Listed below are tax documents available to you in PDF format. You may download them from our website or email your request to email@example.com and print the appropriate form(s) for your records. We will update these on an annual basis at the beginning of each year.
501(c)(3) Tax Exempt Letter
RI Tax Exempt Letter
ALT turns your support into a lasting green legacy that will nourish and sustain our beloved Aquidneck Island for generations to come. Since 1990, ALT has permanently conserved over 2,500 important open space acres. However, there is a lot more work to be done in order for us to complete our lasting green legacy and time is not on our side. Donate today to help us conserve these last great places and responsibly steward the natural resources under our care! Because of the generosity of landowners, foundations, government agencies, and citizens like you, the Aquidneck Land Trust has completed more than 70 conservation projects across Aquidneck Island. Read More