JOIN LIVE STREAM EVENT
2020 River Valley Fest
Virtual Event: Sunday, October 4, 2020, 4-6 PM
River Valley Fest is SDRVC’s major fundraising event of the year. This year’s event “For Wild’s Sake!” will be a FREE virtual live-stream experience starting on September 28, 2020, and culminating in the main event on October 4, 2020 from 4 to 6 PM.
Our main event on October 4 (from 4 to 6) will include something for everyone!
THANK YOU NEIL ABRAHAM & ANNU CHOPRA
FOR UNDERWRITING TONIGHT’S ENTERTAINMENT BY DARING GREATLY!
SILENT AUCTIoN IS NOW OPEN!
Bidding ends October 4, 2020 at 6:00pm
Join us for our live stream event on October 4 to participate in the Live Auction to win Zula Nyala, 6-day- 6-night South African Safari Experience. We have two available!
thank you to our sponsors!
Burrowing owl Sponsors ($2000+)
BRAD BARTLETT AND JANE MEYERS
Bobcat Sponsors ($1000+)
MARK AND SUSAN HENNENFENT
DON MOSIER AND ANN FEENEY
ROBERT AND JAN McMILLAN
NATE AND DEB NORTHUP
JIM AND JANE LEA SMITH
Roadrunner Sponsors ($500+)
JEFF & SHELLEY GLENN LEE
ALEX & BRITTANY KILIAN
BRAD NORTHUP & CRYSTAL LUTHER-NORTHUP
BEN & SANDRA NORTHUP
ROBERT SHEPPARD & JANIS d’ASSALENAUX
The San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy (SDRVC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization (Tax ID #33-0191772) that has been preserving and sharing the natural and recreational resources of the San Dieguito River Valley since 1986. We depend on the generosity and passion of our private supporters, business sponsors and granting agencies to maintain our financial stability. For example, during the last five years, we leveraged $1.8 million in private and business donations with over $500,000 in grant funding from local, federal, and state agencies for our programs and projects.
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Our three pillars – Conservation, Education, and Recreation – embody our mission to create a vibrant, healthy, and sustainable community. We are proud of our results and appreciate the efforts of our Board of Directors, staff, and volunteers to reduce fuel for fire in our canyons, inspire youth to appreciate nature and the environment, and provide opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to get outdoors for their physical and mental health.
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