Donate

Donate to the Cross Vermont Trail online using any major credit card

Donating is easy - here's how:
You can use any major credit card.
(PayPal is just the processor.)
After you click the "Donate" button, follow the instructions to pick your preferred payment type. Thanks!

Or donate through the mail

Cross Vermont Trail Association
PO Box 116
Montpelier, VT 05601

Donations to CVTA can be tax deductible.

See our tax deductible faq for more information.

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Every dollar goes to work.

The CVTA is supported entirely by donations. (We sell nothing. We charge no fees.) Some times it just costs money to:

We do apply for and win competitive government grants to help fund many of our projects. However, these grants can pay only part of the cost of any one item. Private donations are needed also for each thing we buy to create the trail.

Major Gifts.

We are lucky that occasionally people choose to make a significant investment in the future of the Cross Vermont Trail by making a major gift. We are happy to talk together with supporters to make the process easy. Multi year pledges, gifts in the form of stock, and other considerations - let us know what might make the most sense for you.

If you would like, major gifts can be commemorated on the trail - on a bench at a scenic vista, with a plaque on a major structure. Your donation can help make real an important part of the trail, which can be dedicated to the memory of someone important to you. Let us know if this is something you'd be interested in talking more about.

Donate building materials, or help us out with your equipment.

Maybe you've got some stuff you are looking to get rid of that would be useful on the trail. Give us a call. If it is worthwhile we can haul it away at no cost to you.

Businesses take note - donations of inventory to CVTA can be tax deductible.

Can't afford to donate? Bargain sales are great too - give us a deal while recovering some of your original cost.

Or, do you have power equipment that you would be interested in bringing to use at a trail building project?

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