ABCP Donation Form
You can help plant more mpingo trees in Tanzania by making a contribution to the
African Blackwood Conservation Project. All contributors will receive our annual
newsletter, published yearly in the fall. 100% of the funds donated will be applied
directly towards the onsite work of the ABCP in Tanzania. All administrative costs of the
project will be covered by the US coordinators. No donation is insignificant--since its
founding in 1996, the ABCP has helped Sebastian Chuwa plant several hundred thousand
mpingo seedlings which would not be living today except for our efforts. We have steadily
built the infrastructure over the years so that the project has adequate nursery
facilities and a dedicated and qualified cadre of volunteers to support large-scale
replanting efforts and spread the word about the importance of mpingo to the international
community. Your help is needed and much appreciated. Thanks!
You may send a donation by personal check, banker's check or money order using the
form below. If you wish to make an online payment by PayPal, because of service fees, the minimum donation is $5.00. Please choose the amount of your donation from the dropdown list and click
the Donation button below. You do not need a PayPal account to make a donation to the
ABCP, as you may simply use your credit card with PayPal's checkout process. Additionally,
contributions may be made from 55 countries outside the United States by using the PayPal
Download and/or print this donation form, fill it out and send
with your contribution to the address which applies to your location.
For a printer friendly version of this form, please click here.
AFRICAN BLACKWOOD CONSERVATION PROJECT
|Please plant more mpingo trees with my donation of
|From the US, mail to:
c/o James Harris
P.O. Box 26
Red Rock, TX 78662
From outside the US, mail to:
c/o Sebastian Chuwa
|- Please print the address information below -
Please make check payable to ABCP. Thank you for your support.
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