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You Can Help Preserve a Pristine and Publicly Accessible Stretch of the Mendocino Coast—Consider Donating

The following is an open letter to the public from the Westport Village Society:


DeHaven Beach and Headlands, which with your support, can remain accessible to all [Picture from the Westport Village Society]

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

We are writing to ask for your help conserving the DeHaven Beach and Headlands near Westport. Your contributions to the nonprofit Westport Village Society will support preserving this pristine 26-acre oceanfront parcel at the west end of Branscomb Road in its natural condition, accessible for all to enjoy.

WVS hopes to raise $25,000 by July 1 to demonstrate local support for a grant to acquire the property. Contributions received before the end of June will double the funding available to conserve this priceless land by matching several generous Challenge pledges. All donations are tax-deductible. Many, many thanks to nearly 40 donors who have already contributed!! Won’t you join them?

As thanks for any donation over $100 we will mail you a choice of a premium if desired. Please supply a mailing address and indicate your choice of a 2012 local history book “Belonging to Places” or a Great Rubber Ducky Race T-shirt (indicate size preference for adult or youth and color: grey, dark blue, yellow, or pink). Checks should be made out to Westport Village Society and marked “DeHaven” in the memo line. Mail them to PO Box 446, Westport CA 95488. We thank you for your generosity!

For more information visit: https://www.westportvillagesociety.org/. If you want to help us in other ways, reply to this email address. You are welcome to share this message.

Westport Village Society
PO Box 446, Westport, CA 95488
email: wvs@westportvillagesociety.org

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