Different Ways to Donate to IMBA
Make a Gift to IMBA
Your donations to IMBA's annual fundraising drives help build great mountain biking experiences and support lasting results for recreation and conservation. Donations also fuel key programs that advocate for mountain bikes on public land, educate land mangers and provide assistance to 180+ local chapters. If your life has been touched by mountain biking, please give generously. Thank you!
Options to Support IMBA's Work
There are many other ways to support IMBA and its important efforts that create more resources for mountain biking through community volunteerism, advocacy, education, land stewardship, youth programs, and trailbuilding.
The most popular way to support IMBA's work is annual IMBA membership which includes specific membership benefits. IRS regulations stipulate that a membership's deductible total be reduced by the retail value of any gifts received with membership. The elite Singletrack Society honors individuals donating more than $1000 per year.
Businesses of all kinds support IMBA via Corporate Membership and many engage in cause related marketing programs above and beyond their annual dues. IMBA is also a non-profit member of 1% For The Planet, a network connecting businesses and environmental non-profits. If your company is a 1% member, support for IMBA qualifies toward your 1% For the Planet commitment. learn more here.
Some donors and members also prefer to make charitable donations to IMBA's Trail Fund or Annual Fund, which do not include membership benefits and provide a 100% charitable tax-deductible contribution.
Turn your everyday shopping into trails! Every time you shop at any of the 1,600+ online stores in the iGive network, including REI, Amazon and many more, a portion of the money you spend benefits IMBA. It's a free service, and you'll never pay more when you reach a store through iGive. You can also take advantage of iGive's coupons, free shipping deals, and sales. To get started, just create a free iGive account.
For more information on other ways to support IMBA's mission including major gifts and foundation grants, please contact Richard Cook, IMBA's Director of Development at 303-545-9011 x 104 or email rich [dot] cook [at] imba [dot] com