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Why donate?

With your contributions, the Chartiers Creek Watershed Association is able to regularly monitor local streams for contamination, build up stream banks to prevent erosion and property damage, and educate the public about water conservation…just a few of the ways we serve the community.

How donating works

Your tax-deductible donation to ChCWA goes first to our umbrella organization – the Washington County Watershed Alliance (WCWA) – which is the tax-exempt organization for watershed groups in Washington County.

Just earmark your contribution for ChCWA and it will flow directly to our Chartiers Creek group. Then watch our projects grow!

Three (3) ways to donate:

  • By Mail

    1. Make your check payable to the Washington County Watershed Alliance.

    2. On the check’s memo line, write “for ChCWA Account.”

    3. Mail check to:
      Washington County Watershed Alliance
      2800 North Main Street, Suite 105
      Washington, PA 15301

  • Thru Membership

    1. Join ChCWA and your membership fee will help advance our projects and outreach.

    2. Join WCWA too and help our parent group better support our efforts. Using ChCWA’s membership form, you can join both groups.

  • Thru Donation Events

    WCCF Gives – Each September, the Washington County Community Foundation hosts a “one day of giving” to support local charities. Each donation you make to your favorite Washington County charities is increased by part of a bonus pool, estimated to be $100,000.

    You can donate online (using VISA, MasterCard, or debit cards) or by check. On that day, go to the WCCF Gives website and follow the instructions, being sure to designate ChCWA as your charity.

    Watch this page for a reminder!




Thanks for your donation on
WCCF Day of Giving!


 

Our WCWA / ChCWA members and supporters came through for us again on this year’s “Day of Giving” held September 9 by the Washington County Community Foundation). The Washington County Watershed Alliance took in $1,467 from 21 donors. ChCWA will receive a portion of this amount, increased by our share of the bonus pool dollars.