Sentinels Club

Lake Pend Oreille Waterkeeper

Lake Pend Oreille Waterkeeper is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

Sustaining the Mission for Clean Water

Lake Pend Oreille Sentinels are families and individuals with a desire to make a larger philanthropic commitment to LPOW’s programs and grassroots advocacy campaigns.

​As a Sentinel, you can support the specific projects you’re passionate about, like the Water Quality Monitoring Program, or provide broad organizational support to ensure LPOW’s long-term sustainability.

Our staff works directly with Sentinels to determine how you want to support, get involved and stay updated on the impacts of your generous gifts.

We want to build a long-term relationship with you as a donor and fellow advocate; knowing that together, we can sustain the mission and vision for a clean, healthy Lake Pend Oreille.

How to get involved
Please contact our staff directly to learn more about this unique giving society for passionate community advocates like you. We’ll happily discuss your goals for involvement with us and your personal interests in the water quality issues affecting our watershed each day.

As a Sentinel, you are both a donor and a partner in our work.

We’ll take great care to keep you informed and involved in the programs or campaigns you support.

Sentinels Club

Annual Membership Levels

Defender
$500+

Steward
$1,000+

Guardian
$5,000+

Advocate
$10,000+

Champion
$25,000+

As a Sentinels Club member, you receive amazing perks to thank you for your gifts such as a special annual gathering, boat tours, personal invitations to participate in monitoring activities and special events, as well as an optional listing on the “Supporters” page of the LPOW website.

Your membership perks and recognition are tailored specially for you by our staff & board members; reflecting your own specific interests and passions.

Become a Citizen Scientist!

Become a trained citizen scientist. Collecting water samples is a great way to enjoy time on the water & get involved in active stewardship of our local waterways!