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Your support truly means the world ... and not only to us

Your tax-deductible donations to Tetiaroa Society  fund critical conservation efforts, scientific research, and education programs for local schools. Your contribution also helps us advance what we are doing on Tetiaroa as a model for island/earth sustainability.

We deeply appreciate your generosity and look forward to sharing our progress with you. Thank you for protecting our world's natural ecosystems and future health. 

Tetiaroa Society is a nonprofit tax-exempt charitable organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code Tax ID # 45-1080688

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c/o Peterson Russell Kelly Livengood PLLC
10900 NE 4th Street, Suite 1850
Bellevue, WA 98004

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Giving Tuesday 2021
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Support our research and conservation projects on Giving Tuesday 2021

Giving Tuesday is here once again!

Ia Ora Na

Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, Tetiaroa Society raised over $150,000 for our work on Tetiaroa last year and $24,000 on Giving Tuesday 2020. We very much thank you for playing a part in our success. This year, we are hoping we can exceed last year’s giving and have an even greater impact. With your help, we can!

As you likely know from our newsletter, the challenges of the pandemic and reduced funding caused us to reimagine our plans for 2021. Although we had to postpone the atoll-wide habitat restoration, we were able to increase our monitoring work with internal staff and amazing cooperation and teamwork from our Atoll Restoration Program partners. This will help us create a detailed record of the environmental benefit to an atoll and the marine environment from habitat restoration and further help Tetiaroa serve as a model for other Pacific islands. Other research programs have continued and we started a new era in shark and fish monitoring with an acoustic receiver array that can track the movement of fish around the lagoon.

The Brando Resort has been open since June and we have been delighted to welcome back old friends and make new ones. Aggressive safety protocols on the island make Tetiaroa a very safe place to visit. We would love to welcome you back!

Looking forward to 2022, there is important scientific research planned and we should make great progress in removal of invasive species. We will also be welcoming local and international students back to share our knowledge of the natural and cultural heritage of the island. Next May we will host the Blue Climate Summit, which promises to be a major global event in the fight against climate change. For more about the Blue Climate Initiative, please see blueclimateinitiative.org.

As always, we are very thankful for your support and wish you a wonderful holiday season and an exceptional New Year.

Warm Regards,

Stan
Stan Rowland
President 
Frank
Frank Murphy
Executive Director 
P.S. Every gift goes directly toward protecting Tetiaroa and the magical place that it is.