We know you are pulled in many directions to donate your time and money. We hope we’ve pulled you in our direction! Friends of the Rouge relies on the generous support of our donors. Your donation helps fund programs and projects that promote restoration and stewardship of the Rouge River ecosystem. We are so grateful to all who give to the health of the Rouge Watershed.
To make a donation via credit card, please press on “the DONATE button.” You will be directed to our secure Bloomerang processing page. You may set up a recurring donation as well. For questions, please call us at 734-927-4900 or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To make a donation by check, include a donation form and mail to:
Friends of the Rouge
650 Church Street Suite 209
Plymouth, MI 48170
Are you interested in partnering with Friends of the Rouge? Get involved! Support our diverse programs through sponsorships that have the power to make real and lasting change for the health of the Rouge River watershed!
Annual sponsorship packages are available on an ongoing basis and provide a one-of-a-kind opportunity based on your interests.
Please contact Karen at 734-927-4902 for more information.
Celebrate special people and occasions in your life by making a honorary gift or remember a special person by making a memorial donation to Friends of the Rouge. We will send an acknowledgement of your donation to the person or family at the address you specify.
The Friends of the Rouge Endowment Fund with the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan provides perpetual support for the organization’s mission to promote the restoration and stewardship of the Rouge River ecosystem for the purpose of improving the quality of life for the people, plants, and animals of the watershed.
These funds generate a predictable stream of income for a nonprofit organization, leaving assets invested to grow in perpetuity.
We’re going with the “It doesn’t hurt to ask” approach! Please know that every little bit helps.
Any chance that we have to expose our students to science in the world outside of our classrooms is an opportunity to expose them to new passions. We know that days like this have the potential to change the trajectory of a student’s life.
We’re all connected to our environment, whether we realize it or not. I am making a difference by educating myself, and educating others, that our actions and attitudes affect the habitats around us. I am always proud to tell them that the Rouge is much improved over the past decade, thanks to the collective efforts of sponsors and volunteers.
By working with the FOTR, it helps to improve my skills as a scientist and gives my graduate work new meaning. Knowing that what I am doing could potentially help save an ecosystem like the Rouge River is inspiring to me as a future scientist.
Your volunteer group has been amazing this year. All the work they have done with the native plantings and cleaning up around the water looks top notch. Spreading the sand and stone at the boat launch has really improved the area visually and, according to the users comments below, it functions much better to launch boats. Please let your volunteer group know that their work is extremely appreciated by parks staff as well as the visitors.