YELLOWSTONE BIGHORN RESEARCH ASSOCIATION
Contributions to YBRA are vital for sustaining our camp and operations, and fulfilling our mission supporting Earth Science education and research. With your help we can continue to provide the exceptional study environment that thousands of students have experienced over the last 85 years. Donations in any amount can be made to YBRA (general fund) and if desired, directed toward specific funding aims including the following:
1) “General Fund” not restricted to a specific use.
2) “Restore “YBRA” for maintaining, renovating, and upgrading camp infrastructure.
3) “Marvin E. Kauffman Memorial Fund” in memory of Marv, a long time member and supporter of YBRA.
4) “Metal Roofs” replacing roofs to minimize fire hazard.
How To Donate: Donations can be made via PayPal or Check mailed directly to our accountant. Please indicate in the memo line on a check or in a note in Paypal that the donation is intended for the General Fund, the Restore YBRA Fund, The Marin E. Kauffman Fund, or the Metal Roofs Fund!
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You can support YBRA while also fulfilling your financial goals. With a planned charitable gift you may be entitled to the following financial benefits:
There are several types of planned charitable giving, including:
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The YBRA is a non-profit organization that was established in 1936 to "further fundamental geological science and the training of students under exceptionally favorable conditions."
YBRA conducts geology and other applied field science in the northern Rocky Mountains of Montana and Wyoming.