Then and Now: Doing Good with Give!Guide

Hi Friend of the Forest,

This week, our senior board member Amy Hardwood and I were wrapping up some administrative work for the year and found ourselves reflecting back to 2008, when Bark was last in the Give!Guide. At that time, Bark was deep into our bold campaign to stop fossil fuel transport across Mt. Hood National Forest. Stopping the Palomar Pipeline was one of Bark’s fiercest campaigns—and we’ve only become more tenacious in our efforts to defend and restore Mt. Hood National Forest. 

Being in the Give!Guide is so important—the Give!Guide works to connect young people to important causes. We are thrilled to be included this year and thankful for the opportunity to inspire a new generation of forest defense.   

Donate today to support the next generation of forest defenders!

The forests, wildlife, and watersheds of Mt. Hood are still under threat. But with a decade of enormous growth in the youth-led, activist movement we’re poised to put up an insurmountable defense.

Today we find inspiration in our Free Mt. Hood Campaign. Through this campaign we’re committed to saying “yes” to a climate future and engaging in a proactive approach to permanently change the Forest Service's priorities and protect this incredible ecosystem before it’s too late.  

It takes visionary leadership like Bark’s to create pathways toward what is needed, and it takes financial resources to support Bark staff and our amazing team of volunteers in achieving these goals. 

Help us Do Good in 2019 and give us a strong start to 2020! 

Make the most out of today’s Big Give Day by giving generously to Bark. 

All donors $10+ entered to win a Trek FX 1 Commuter Bike from Bike Gallery!

Give through the Give!Guide Today!

Thank you and we hope to see you out in the forest this next year! 

For the forest,

Nakisha Nathan, Executive Director