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Federal Employees - CFC Giving to help Tread Lightly!

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No one wants to lose opportunities to enjoy our public lands and there are no easy fixes to the problems associated with outdoor recreation, but there are solutions—which is where Tread Lightly! comes in.

Our goal is to balance the needs of the people who enjoy outdoor recreation with our need to maintain a healthy environment and Tread Lightly!’s leading the way to help remedy current and future recreation issues. The program is positive and something in which all who are involved can be proud of, but we need your support.

Combined Federal Campaign

Federal employees can designate Tread Lightly!, #10000 in the CFC, for workplace giving.

Where does your money go?

Restoration for Recreation

Give to a region of your choice and help rescue and enhance your favorite recreation areas. Efforts will be directed toward reducing the impacts from continuing use, rehabilitating problem areas, improving the quality of recreational experiences and educating the public on outdoor ethics. Tread Lightly! leverages its Federal Partners to acquire matching funds in an effort to make your donation go as far as possible.

Education/Communications

With your generous tax-deductible donation, Tread Lightly! can achieve its mission to proactively protect recreation access and opportunities in the outdoors through ethics education and stewardship initiatives. Your donation will help us educate the public through critical educational materials, school curriculums, website features, events, teaching tools and print, broadcast, web and radio public service announcements.

THANK YOU :thumb:

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