Support the EELC
The Eastern Environmental Law Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public interest environmental law firm, located in Newark, New Jersey, working on behalf of environmental and conservation organizations to protect communities, open space, wildlife, and the natural heritage and public health of the eastern United States for generations to come. The EELC is primarily foundation funded, but also relies on generous donations from individual donors. If you wish to make a donation to support our efforts, please click on the Pay Pal button, or send a check to:
Eastern Environmental Law Center
50 Park Avenue, Suite 1025
Newark, NJ 07102
Attn: Executive Director
A note about individual donations:
• All donations will remain anonymous unless attribution is requested.
• All donations will be acknowledged with a letter, which can be used for tax purposes.
• Donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Support Eastern Environmental Law Center at Work!
Employers across New Jersey sponsor workplace contribution programs each year to allow employees to support their favorite charity through payroll contributions. This is one of the simplest and most efficient ways to make charitable contributions. A designated gift to Eastern Environmental Law Center supports our mission to protect provide pro bono and reduced rate legal services to the environmental and conservation groups working in our region to protect public health and the environment. The choice is yours and the benefit is for everyone!
Earth Share of New Jersey was founded by New Jersey’s environmental organizations in 1994 to support them in workplace contribution programs across the state. This is still its primary mission and today it participates in more than 60 campaigns across the state.
The inclusion of Earth Share of New Jersey in workplace giving programs not only provides employees with greater choice, but it also enables them to directly support leading local and national environmental organizations. Earth Share of New Jersey can easily be added to your employer’s existing program, or help your employer implement a program that includes a variety of charities, to meet the needs of its employees and community. This program can be generic or customized for each company.
If you are interested in starting a workplace contribution program or if you have any questions, call Hilary Semel, Eastern Environmental Law Center’s Executive Director, who will direct you to EarthShare of New Jersey for more information.