Embrace A Stream Challenge

Make your donations to Pisgah Chapter because they are the ones getting funds for the Cantrell Creek Trail project

EMBRACE A STREAM CHALLENGE SUPPORT LOCAL CHAPTER PROJECTS NOV. 6-12 AND HELP THEM WIN $50,000 IN CASH GRANTS FROM ORVIS AND TU

Embrace A Stream - Grant WinnersThank you for supporting Trout Unlimited’s Embrace A Stream program. This year,we were able to provide $214,010 in grants to 47 incredible local TU chapter projects in 22 states!

Now, thanks to a powerful commitment from our partners at Orvis, we’re excited to tell you that these projects have a chance to win an additional $50,000 in cash grants in the Embrace A Stream Challenge – a special online contest running Nov. 6-12.

The Embrace A Stream Challenge is a fun, week-long online competition encouraging all of us to “give where you fish” and support local projects led by local TU members and volunteers like you. The premise is simple, TU and Orvis have each put up $25,000 and invited this year’s Embrace A Stream grant recipients to compete for those dollars.

But to win their share of the $50,000 prize pool, they need your help.

Please visit www.embraceastream.org and from midnight on Nov. 6 through 11:59 p.m. on Nov. 12, consider making a donation of $10 or more to one or more of these important local projects. You can read all about the projects your support has made possible, and find the rivers you love to fish, or the local chapter projects that inspire you to make an even bigger impact.

Every $10 donation you make can unlock prizes up to $1,000. Every $25 donation can unlock prizes up to $1,500. With more than 55 prizes up for grab, every donation – no matter the size – makes a difference and can help our chapters bring critical conservation work to their home waters.

On Nov. 6 – 12, go to www.embraceastream.org and “give where you fish.”

Since 1975, the Embrace A Stream program and donors like you have helped us award more than $4.6 million in grants to over 1,050 local chapter projects that bring TU’s mission to the local level.

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