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Tax-Deductible Donations
Contributions to the Range of Light Group through the Sierra Club Foundation via this link are tax-deductible as charitable contributions.  These funds support public education, conservation activities, programming, and public interest activities.

You can also send a personal check payable to:

The Sierra Club Foundation and put Range of Light Group on the memo line.

Send it to:
The Sierra Club Foundation
85 Second Street, Suite 750
San Francisco, CA 94105

Group General Fund
Non-deductible donations support political advocacy and lobbying activities in addition to activities supported by tax-deductible donations.If you wish to make a non-deductible donation to the Range of Light Group, please mail your check made out to “Range of Light Group, Sierra Club to: Range of Light Group, PO Box 1973, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546-1973.

Why should you donate to us?
Your continued financial and other support will enable us to continue

  • to oppose (including litigation as a last resort) unwise wind, water, and solar projects which destroy the environment while supporting renewable energy projects that are suitably located and undertake necessary environmental protection activities. 

  • educational activities including efforts to engage local children and youth with the outdoors,

  • outings training and expansion of  our range of outings,

  • outreach to the general public at various public events.

  • habitat restoration, trail planning, and monitoring projects (such as co-operative trail planning and restoration).

Past accomplishments of the Range of Light Group include:

  • our successful lawsuit to secure  renewed water flow in the lower Owens River,

  • successful efforts to defeat a General Plan Amendment in Inyo County that would have opened unsuitable areas to renewable energy projects,

  • helping the Inyo National Forest develop a new Motorized Travel Plan that defined for the first time routes open to OHV (Off Highway Vehicles) and closed many illegal routes,

  • aiding in passage of the Eastern Sierra and Northern San Gabriel Wild Heritage Act as part of the 2009 Omnibus Wilderness bill -expansions to Hoover, John Muir, and Ansel Adams wilderness; new Upper Owens River headwaters, Granite Mountain and White Mountains (including Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest) wilderness areas.




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P.O. Box 1973, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

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Page Last Updated February 22, 2014