Jammin' with Save the Dunes - our largest annual fundraiser - is canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic. We heavily rely upon fundraising revenues from this event to support our vital operational needs to fulfill our mission. We are calling on our supporters to please consider making a one-time donation to help 'bridge the gap' for critical funds lost due to the cancellation of this event.
Donations $50 and over will receive a free Jammin' with Save the Dunes T-Shirt.
With much gratitude and deep appreciation to Jon Langford for his support, and writing this special little ditty just for you!
Why Bridge the Gap?
Save the Dunes has been holding Jammin' with Save the Dunes as a way to raise funds for our programmatic work. These dollars are used to keep our water free from pollution, protect biodiversity, hold big polluters accountable, educate our community on shoreline erosion, and keep our beaches public. Your donation ensures our ability to protect these natural assets for the health and vitality of our region for people and for nature.
A special "Thank You" to our Event Sponsors - Even though there is no longer an event!
Already, Save the Dunes has received incredible support from our would-be sponsors. We are grateful for the following businesses, foundations, and organizations for maintaining their financial support, even without an event.
A special "Thank You" to our committed in-kind Sponsors & their committment to our mission.
Even though we will not be able to enjoy their gifts of services, food and drink this year, we want to give a big shout out to these businesses for their commitment to our mission. If you can, please consider supporting one or all of these local businesses during this challenging time.
A special "Thank You" to our bands. We can't wait to have you in a future year!
Robert Rolfe Feddersen
Last but not least, Thank YOU for nine wonderful years of Jammin'! We cannot wait to have a beer with you in the future. Thank you for your unwaivering support and your committment to saving the dunes!
Photos Courtesy of My Michigan City