CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE

Become an integral part of the Trust’s life with your annual gift of $1,000 or more.

The Chairman’s Circle is a group of individuals and businesses who make annual gifts of $1,000 or more to the Chesapeake Bay Trust.  It was created to engage those who want to make it possible for us to meet the increasing demands of restoring and protecting our natural resources and national treasure, the Chesapeake Bay. With the support of the Chairman’s Circle, we can ensure solutions that make environmental and economic sense so our children, our grandchildren, and their children can swim in our waters, fish from our shores, and breathe in fresh air from the trees in our forests.

Your leadership level gift provides a platform through which you can connect and network with others in environmental philanthropy and action.  In joining this distinguished group, you will see how your investment in our work is making the greatest possible impact to protect and preserve our precious natural resources.

  • Monthly newsletter sharing information on Chesapeake Bay Trust’s related projects and initiatives.
  • A dedicated staff member to make your relationship with the Trust more meaningful.
  • Invitation to our annual gala, Treasure the Chesapeake, providing a unique networking opportunity with environmental and corporate leaders.
  • Invitation to our legislative reception.
Donate Now
To send your contribution  by mail, please make your check payable to the Chesapeake Bay Trust and send it to 108 Severn Avenue, Annapolis, Maryland 21403.
For contributions of stock or other forms of payment, please contact Kelly Swartout at 410-974-2941 ext. 107 or kswartout@cbtrust.org.
Interested in making a pledge?  Consider donating monthly!  Go to www.cbtrust.org/chairmanscircle and sign up.  You can start, change or stop your gift any time.

“Protecting the Chesapeake Bay and the surrounding region is an essential priority for all of us who live here.  We invite everyone who cares about our air, land, and Bay to help support our mission.”
Gary Jobson
Chairman
Chesapeake Bay Trust