SUPPORT E-FAUNA BC!

Most of us who work on E-Fauna BC are volunteers, from the experts who prepare information about species found in BC to the experts who help us with species identification and photo processing. There are more than 50 volunteer experts participating in the project. The resulting information that we provide on the web, though, is dependent on a series of computers and servers, and expert computer programming, that allow us to display information, maps and photos and make it freely available to the public. We need your help to keep this going. Step in and help us today. Donate to the E-Fauna Fund and be part of the atlas of BC wildlife. Every dollar counts in keeping the site up and running.

You can donate directly to the E-Fauna Fund in two ways 1) donate on-line via the UBC secure on-line service or 2) donate by mail. Either way you choose to donate, your tax deductible receipt will be mailed to you by UBC.

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Donate Online: Secure Online Service

If you choose to donate on-line, complete the UBC on-line donations form

1) In the Direct My Gift section, select

2) Select the Campus: choose UBC Vancouver.
3) Select the Faculty, School or Campus Area: choose Arts.
4) Select the E-Fauna Fund in the Project Fund drop-down menu (alphabetically in the list).
5) Complete your Donation Details.

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Donate by Mail

If you choose to mail a cheque, please send it to:

The E-Fauna Fund
Department of Geography
University of British Columbia
1984 West Mall
Vancouver BC V6T 1Z2

Cheques should be made payable to the University of British Columbia. Write "E-Fauna Fund" in the memo section of your cheque, or attach a cover letter indicating that funds are for the "E-Fauna Fund". We will process your donation for you. 

 

Please cite these pages as:

Author, date, page title. In:   Klinkenberg, Brian. (Editor) 2017. E-Fauna BC: Electronic Atlas of the Fauna of British Columbia [www.efauna.bc.ca]. Lab for Advanced Spatial Analysis, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia, Vancouver. [Date Accessed]

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