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By making a donation to the ECGA, you are helping ensure that we can continue our work of connecting cities between Maine and Florida. Donations are tax deductible, and can be made in many different ways. However you choose to contribute, it couldn’t be easier!

Make a one-time donation


Please click to donate above, or download our mail-in form, or call 919-797-0619 x1 to donate over the phone with your credit card.

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit (federal tax ID 04-3326812) so donations are fully tax-deductible.

Close the Gaps Club

“Close the Gaps Club” members are the most generous donors supporting our project, helping to transform our corridor to lovely multi-use greenway.

Any individual or family donating $1,000 to the ECGA in a single year will gain membership in the Close the Gaps Club and, in addition to the usual membership benefits (newsletters, merchandise and ride discounts, etc), will also receive regular communication with the ECGA Director, acknowledgement in our Annual Report, and more. Learn more.

Make a planned gift

When thinking about your financial planning, keep in mind that by naming ECGA in your will as a beneficiary or by establishing charitable gift annuity or charitable trust, you are not only supporting the future of the East Coast Greenway — you may also realize financial and tax benefits for you and your loved ones. Please consult your own financial planner or tax advisor before making a planned gift. For more information, please call 919-797-0619.

Sponsor a Mile of the ECG

ECG mile sponsors have the option of having their names or short inscriptions posted on plaques along the trail, in the state(s) of their choice, while providing needed operating funds to the Alliance. Learn more!

The East Coast Greenway Alliance is a 501(c)(3) organization. Your contributions are tax-deductible.

Photo: Close the Gaps Club members enjoyed a tour of the Czech Greenways in 2007.