Support OEC this #GivingTuesday & Double Your Gift!

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Some things are simply better in pairs, like gifts. On Dec. 2, when you make a gift to Oregon Environmental Council for #GivingTuesday, your donation will be matched up to $1,000. And if your company has an employer matching program, your gift will be tripled!

Clean air, clean water and healthy Oregon communities? Now, that’s worth a celebration (or two). So on Tuesday, Dec. 2nd, pledge a gift and have it doubled!

If you want to help support OEC’s #GivingTuesday campaign, click here to for our Giving Tuesday Toolkit(It’s full of goodies like sample tweets, a Twibbon, and tips to make this a successful campaign)

Or click here to make a gift now!

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