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Friends of Lower Haw River State Natural Area is operating as a local chapter under the umbrella of North Carolina Friends of State Parks, Inc., a nonprofit tax-exempt charitable organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  Donations to our local chapter are tax-deductible as allowed by law. We rely on donations to help support our stewardship, education, and advocacy activities.

To donate to Friends of Lower Haw by check

Please make checks payable to "Friends of Lower Haw River SNA" and mail to:

Friends of Lower Haw
PO Box 65
Bynum, NC 27228

To donate to Friends of Lower Haw by credit card

Click the Donate button below to donate via Paypal.  The donation will be made to "Friends of State Parks, Inc.".  Make sure the "Purpose" indicates "Friends of Lower Haw River State Natural Area", so that your donation will be dedicated to our local chapter.  

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Other Ways You Can Help

Shop AmazonSmile - Friends of Lower Haw River State Natural Area is a local chapter of the statewide nonprofit North Carolina Friends of State Parks, which supports the North Carolina State Parks system through advocacy and education, and provides support at a local level through financial, legal, and outreach resources to its local Friends chapters like ours. You can help support our umbrella organization Friends of State Parks by selecting it as your charity when shopping at AmazonSmile, and Amazon will donate a percentage of your purchases to Friends of State Parks. 

Buy a North Carolina State Parks License Plate - You can also help support Friends of State Parks by purchasing a North Carolina State Parks specialty license plate from NCDMV. Friends of State Parks receives $20 per plate as a contribution, which is used in its support of the North Carolina State Parks system. 

Legacy Gifts - Friends of State Parks can accept legacy gifts, such as bequests in your will or living trust, and gifts of other investments. Contact Friends of State Parks to discuss how you can leave a legacy to support Friends of State Parks.