Give the gift of community water stewardship - now and in the future
At CSI, we depend on the generosity and dedication of the individuals who support our mission. Together, with the support of donors like you, CSI continues to partner with volunteers to collect regulatory-quality water quality data, empower citizens with the tools and knowledge to act as stewards of their local water resources, provide water science education, and inspire the next generation of water stewards, activists, and scientists.
You can support CSI with a one-time donation, by becoming a new member, or by renewing your membership today. Donations can be made online or by mailing your contribution to the Community Science Institute at the address listed at the bottom of the page. CSI is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization and your donation is fully tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Become a Member Today
By becoming a member today, you will be supporting our community water monitoring partnerships, the collection of regulatory-quality data that is used to inform sustainable water management strategies, continuous outreach and education, and the protection of shared water resources – now and in the future. Become a member at one of the annual contribution levels listed below, and recieve a subscription to our Water Bulletin Newsletter, our Annual Report, an invitation to our Annual Volunteer Symposium, and a discount on water testing at our certified lab in Ithaca, NY.
“We all need to know what’s happening in our environment if we expect to leave a healthy environment to our kids & grandkids.”
– Diane Florini, Biological Monitoring Volunteer
Make a One-time Donation
Give the lasting gift of community water stewardship and protection. Your gift today will ensure that we can further our mission to partner with communities to protect water. Your gift will support our existing programs – such as the Cayuga Lake Harmful Algal Bloom (HABs) Monitoring Program – and will fund new initiatives to shed light on the Finger Lakes’ most pressing water quality issues.