Support Habitat Education Center
Habitat Education Center has a variety of ways to get involved helping to protect the nature of Massachusetts.
Every little bit helps Habitat continue its conservation and education efforts.
Become a Leadership Friend
Donations at the Leadership Friend level are particularly important to Habitat. These gifts provide the security we need in order to plan and provide the best possible nature education experience for our visitors. Please consider a donation at one of the following levels:
- Founder's Circle with a gift of $2,500+
- President's Circle with a gift of $1,500+
- Guardian with a gift of $1,000+
Habitat offers a variety of exciting volunteer opportunities and internships for people of all interests and experience levels. Whether you have a lifetime interest in nature or are just getting started, we've got a place for you. See volunteer opportunities
Habitat Intergenerational Program (HIP)
This volunteer community service and learning program connects people of all ages, dispels myths about how the young and old should act, and promotes the joy of learning together. It enables persons of many generations to participate in environmental service projects and become stewards of their environment. Learn more about HIP
Work With Us
Mass Audubon offers a work environment that is challenging, yet flexible. Our compensation and benefits program is competitive, including a 403(b) plan and generous paid time off. Every inquiry will be treated confidentially. Mass Audubon is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. See opportunities
For Businesses & Organizations
Mass Audubon offers unique ways for businesses and nonprofit organizations to get out in nature and support a great cause.
Community Partners Program
Become a Community Partner and get great benefits for your employees, while supporting Habitat and Mass Audubon's statewide efforts to protect wildlife and wild lands. Learn more about the Community Partners Program
We offer flexible group volunteer experiences for organizations, large and small, throughout the year. Contact us
Judy Record Conservation Fund
The Judy Record Conservation Fund (the Fund) was established in 2001 by family, friends, and members of the McLean Open Space Alliance and the Belmont Land Trust, who wished to honor Judy’s contributions to land conservation.
The Fund provides grants to support protecting, maintaining, restoring, and acquiring conservation lands in the Town of Belmont and the neighboring communities of Lexington, Cambridge, Waltham, Watertown and Arlington. Learn more about the Fund and see recent projects