Your gift supports our work to protect the beauty and rural character of North Salem. loosestrife 450px

We are a recognized 501(c)(3) charitable organization and all contributions are tax-deductible.

If matching corporate funds are available to you please mail in your donation form to:

      The North Salem Open Land Foundation
      PO Box 176
      North Salem, NY 10560

NSOLF qualifies for many matching fund plans.

Thank you for supporting NSOLF! 

Benefactor of the Land $ 10,000 & up
Guardian of the Land  $ 5,000
Protector of the Land  $ 2,000
Patron of the Land  $ 1,000
Preserver of the Land $ 500
Sustaining Member $ 250
Supporting Member $ 100
Family Member $ 50
Individual Member $ 35


Donors at the Patron of the Land level and higher are invited to attend our annual Donor Party at a private home in North Salem.

Donate with $100,000 Challenge Gift Towards New Preserve! 

In July, the Foundation closed on a beautiful parcel off Finch Road on Surrey Lane, adding this 11.3-acre undisturbed woodland corridor to the Mills Preserve. This acquisition enables habitat and watershed protection, and extended walking trails. Please call the office if you would like to visit this preserve.

To encourage community participation for this preserve, Janet Olshansky has presented us with an exceptional challenge gift in honor of her late husband Jeff Morris, who was a previous Chair of NSOLF. Janet will match every donation, dollar for dollar, up to $100,000 in an effort to generate support towards this purchase. 

Please consider a tax-deductible donation to the North Salem Open Land Foundation, noting it's for the 'Morris Challenge'. Please make a note on either the check comment line or on PayPal instructions so that we may apply it towards the Morris Challenge.  We thank Janet and encourage your contribution, which will have a double impact. Donors will be recognized for their contributions.

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