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GUARDIAN SOCIETY

The South River Federation has always been fortunate to have a broad base of generous supporters who have invested in the work of the organization. In 2013, in recognition of those donors who provide a leadership level of support, we created the Guardian Society to celebrate their generosity.

The Guardian Society is made up of people living across the watershed, committed to the long-term sustainability of an effective, engaged watershed protection organization. As a member, you will receive a variety of benefits, including a one-hour consultation from senior SRF staff to discuss preservation and remediation of their property, an invitation to our annual VIP Guardian Society THANK YOU party, and an advance presentation to Guardian Society members of the annual South River Report Card.

The Guardian Society is comprised of donors who provide generous levels of support, with four giving circles named after locations within the watershed:

BACON RIDGE CIRCLE     $1,000 - $2,499

LONDON TOWN CIRCLE   $2,500 - $4,999

QUIET WATERS CIRCLE   $5,000 - $9,999

THOMAS POINT CIRCLE    $10,000+

JOIN THE GUARDIAN SOCIETY TODAY!

If you would like to become a member, please contact the South River Federation office at 410-224-3802 or email Suzanne Martin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Not only will you receive exclusive privileges and benefits in appreciation for your generous gift, you will also have the satisfaction of knowing that your investment supports the South River Federation's broad range of remediation, monitoring, and educational activities.

Can't write a check for the full amount all at once?

Consider a Guardian Society membership by becoming a South River Sustainer with a recurring monthly donation of your choice.  To find out how easy monthly giving can be. Click Here to get more information about making a monthly gift.

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Click here to listen to Gary Jobson speak about how you can become part of the South River's future.

Current Guardian Society Members