Donating to Kus-kus-sum and Project Watershed just got Easier
Project Watershed is grateful for the continued support shown by our donors. Every contribution is vital to our work.
We have recently set up a new system that accepts donations via e-Transfers. Nearly all Canadian banks and credit unions offer Interac e-Transfer. It’s safe, easy and fast.
Our e-Transfer address is email@example.com. Please note that you must enter your email address into the message section of the e-transfer or send us an email regarding your transfer to receive a chritable tax receipt.
How-To Send a Donation with Interac e-Transfer:
You need your own:
- account with a participating bank or credit union
- active email address or mobile phone number
To send, follow the easy-to-use instructions on screen:
- Log into your online or mobile banking app and select the account.
- Choose or add Project Watershed firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Type your email address into the message field so we can send you a tax receipt for your donation.
- Please include where you would like to funds to be directed – Kus-kus-sum, Restoration, Education or General.
That’s all. Good deed done for the day!
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Unpaving paradise at Kus-kus-sum is underway! Over the summer the concrete and asphalt on the site are being removed. As there is a lot of rebar, and other metal embedded in the concrete, it is being removed and recycled as well. We are holding a contest to see who can guess the amount of metal that will come off the site.
Here in the Comox Valley, our local beaches have a story to tell about a small fish that is so much more. Maybe you’ve seen Project Watershed out on local beaches, with measuring tapes and high visibility vests, trying to learn more about this small fish with a big impact!
Project Watershed held a community forum via Zoom to explain the restoration process that we are embarking on at Kus-kus-sum beginning June 21st, 2021. This is recording of that Zoom meeting.
Summer is almost here and Project Watershed is gearing up for another round of surf smelt sampling on beaches around the Comox Valley.