Giving Tuesday at the ELC

Giving Tuesday is a day that encourages people to do good- it’s as simple as that! You have the power to transform the community and planet!

Here’s How You Can Help:

Become an ELC #GivingTuesday ambassador.

Follow the Environmental Learning Center on social media @DiscoverELC. Post a photo of yourself and a reason you should support the ELC for Giving Tuesday- whether you came to our campus for a field trip, volunteered, enjoyed a pontoon tour or just love our mission, to educate, empower and inspire all people to be active stewards of the environment and their own well-being, there are so many wonderful reasons to support the ELC! We ask that you create several social media posts before Dec. 3 to spread the awareness of #GivingTuesday. Use the hashtag #GivingTuesdayELC. You may also consider making a donation in celebration of #GivingTuesday.

Consider monthly donations to help support the ELC year-round! Get creative! Don’t be afraid to think outside the box. Feel free to share with friends and family, and if you know anyone who would like to participate who is not online, give them a call or send them an email. Even small gifts have a large impact.


The Environmental Learning Center needs your help. You can make a real difference no matter the size of the gift. Giving Tuesday may seem like another social media trend, but it is making a positive impact on our community and our future.

Please consider monthly donations to support the ELC year-round. After a weekend of holiday shopping, waiting in lines and trying to get those incredible deals, it’s refreshing having a day to celebrate what really matters during this holiday season: giving back and helping others.

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For over 30 years, the ELC has worked to educate, inspire and empower all people to be active stewards of the environment and their own well-being. Plentiful, year-round options are available for humans to connect with nature and learn about the interdependence of all ecosystems, including guided pontoon boat trips on the Indian River Lagoon, summer camps for children, a monthly EcoTalk Lecture Series, school field trips, professional development training, and more.

Our 64-acre, lagoon-island campus includes native plant gardens, miles of boardwalk through mangrove forests, kayaks and canoe rentals, a children’s play area and many other amenities to increase access to nature for people of all ages. Learn more about volunteer, membership, sponsorship, and program opportunities at

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