SAINT PAUL, Minn. (October 29, 2019) — Indifly is pleased to announce the Indifly Corps — a monthly giving program that allows donors to support Indifly’s efforts while making a stronger connection to their work. As a group of monthly givers on a mission to improve indigenous communities, Indifly Corps donors will become important investors in supporting Indifly’s community partners.
Indifly, a nonprofit organization, uses fly fishing as a tool for transforming the lives of indigenous peoples and protecting valued environments. In an effort to increase their initiatives at the Rewa Eco-Lodge in Guyana, the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming, Anaa Atoll in French Polynesia, and future projects currently in development, Indifly is inviting donors to become sustaining members.
By joining Indifly Corps, donors commit to making a $20 recurring gift each month, which will help Indifly continue to make an impact on the communities they serve. The Indifly Corps gives donors access to special benefits, including exclusive content, entry into a monthly giveaway (with items such as exclusive Indifly apparel, Costa Sunglasses, drinkware from YETI, and gear from other partners), and an annual giveaway of a hosted trip to an Indifly destination.
“Indifly creates sustainable, local economies that empower communities to conserve natural resources,” explains Indifly Executive Director Matt Shilling. “We are excited to launch the Indifly Corps as a vehicle to engage people in our cause. These are not meant to be passive donations — we want Indifly Corps members to feel connected and invested in our mission. For less than 66 cents a day, individuals can have a big impact on the communities we serve.”
The first 100 people who join will get a limited edition Indifly YETI Rambler. Learn more at indifly.org/indiflycorps.
Indifly is a nonprofit organization that uses fly fishing as a tool for transforming the lives of indigenous peoples and protecting valued environments. Indifly works to create sustainable local economies that empower communities to conserve natural resources. Current Indifly projects include Rewa, Guyana, Anaa Atoll, French Polynesia, and the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming.