Donating to the DNR
Want to make a difference in Indiana’s natural heritage? Concerned about the endangered wildlife that reside here? Or, maybe you want to ensure that Indiana's historical treasures are preserved. There are many ways that you can make a difference by donating to a specific fund within the DNR.
Here are the different areas in which you can make a donation.
How to donate: Contact Amy Johnson, Archaeologist (ajohnson@dnr.IN.gov, 317-232-6982)
For more information: Go to the Archaeology Preservation Trust Fund website to learn more about this cause.
For more information: Visit the Donations to Indiana State Parks and Reservoir page to learn more.
How to donate: Fund is administered through Indiana Natural Resources Foundation.*
Go to INRF site and include “Friends of Outdoor Indiana” in the “In Honor Of/Memory Of” line.
For more information: See the Outdoor Indiana website for more information.
How to donate: Visit the Healthy Rivers INitiative donation page to make an online donation.
For more information: See the Healthy Rivers INitiative website for more information.
How to donate: Buy an environmental license plate or make a direct donation to President Benjamin Harrison Conservation Trust Fund.
For more information: See the President Benjamin Harrison Conservation Trust Fund website for more information.
How to donate: Make a donation on your state tax form or make a direct donation to Indiana Nongame Fund.
How to donate: Purchase a $5 pin from any DNR, Div. of Law Enforcement district office, local conservation officer or by ordering online.
Click here to make a monetary donation.
*The Indiana Natural Resources Foundation is a non-profit organization that works with the DNR to teach others about and to permanently protect our unique natural heritage. If you would like to learn more about donating to this cause, please see the INRF website.