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Opportunities to Support RFF In 1951, a presidential commission called for an independent organization to inform the nation’s natural resource planning. In 1952, RFF was created to do just that. Today, RFF enjoys a broad base of support from government, individuals, foundations, and corporations. Through this continuing support, RFF is able to help decisionmakers develop policies that work. RFF relies on those who have the vision to see the role rigorous, objective research plays in formulating sound public policies. Contributors to RFF receive a wide variety of benefits, including invitations to special events, targeted research reports, and briefings with RFF experts. For a complete listing of these benefits, visit www.rff.org/support. There are many ways to contribute: Send your gift directly to RFF Resources for the Future Attn: Development Office 1616 P St. NW Washington, DC 20036 Donate online through the secure Network for Good website at www.networkforgood.org. Participate in the Combined Federal Campaign and support RFF using CFC code 19241. Provide matching gifts through your employer’s matching gift program. Your personnel office can provide you with the appropriate form to include with your donation. RFF’s Tax ID number is 53-0220900. Give gifts of stocks, bonds, or mutual funds. Consider planned gifts through bequests or deferred giving.

Contact Us Whether you’re interested in providing unrestricted support for RFF, giving to a specific program, or partnering in another way, the RFF Development Office can tailor opportunities to meet your needs. Please feel free to contact the appropriate individual listed below. For individual giving, contact Barbara Bush at 202.328.5030 or bush@rff.org. For foundation and corporation support, contact Key Hill at 202.328.5042 or hill@rff.org. All other inquiries should be directed to Lea Harvey at 202.328.5016 or harvey@rff.org.

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