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Giving to the Mount Nittany Conservancy Helps Conserve the Mountain in Its Natural State

Give to the Mount Nittany Conservancy with a One-Time, Monthly, or Yearly Gift

Mount Nittany has been preserved in its natural state thanks to incredible generosity and a “for the future” spirit from generous Penn Staters, Nittany Valley residents, and friends across generations. Making one or more financial gifts to the Mount Nittany Conservancy each year maintains your support of Mount Nittany as a “Friend of the Mountain”.

Starting or renewing a monthly (or one-time or yearly) gift not only means that you will join this cross-generational “Friends of the Mountain” community of Mount Nittany conservators—it also means that you’ll be making a tangible impact in beautifying our lives today for Mount Nittany by empowering the Mount Nittany Conservancy to maintain existing trails and save for opportunities to conserve or purchase future available Mountain lands.

If you have any questions or need assistance in starting or renewing your tax deductible charitable gifts, please email info@nittany.org.

Start or Renew Your ‘Friend of the Mountain’ Support

The Mount Nittany Conservancy is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and we rely on your support to conserve new land and maintain the Mountain in its natural state for the benefit of the public. Gifts can also be made securely today by using the below form and selecting “One-Time,” “Monthly,” or “Yearly” as well as entering your desired gift amount:

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Your tax deductible gift makes an impact.

Your tax deductible gift makes an impact.

Your tax deductible gift makes an impact.

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“As long as a large proportion of our students, professors, and townspeople are thinking and planning for their own selfish ends, our college is not going to grow into its rightful heritage.” —The Lemon, an independent student publication at Penn State, 1907