Take a stand for invertebrates

Starting a fundraiser for Xerces is one of the best ways to increase awareness and support for invertebrates. With a little creativity, any event can become a way to raise funds for invertebrates and their habitat. Together, we can make a big difference for the little creatures that run the world.

Please reach out at any time with questions to engagement@xerces.org

To show our appreciation,
all fundraisers who raise $200 or more on this peer-to-peer fundraising platform may request a free Xerces yard sign or book. Check out available titles and signs at our
gift center.


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Throw a bumble bee themed birthday party and ask your friends to donate in your honor.


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Already have everything you need? Ask your guests to donate to a cause close to your heart.


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Honor your loved one by hosting a fundraiser in their honor or memory.

Any Occasion


Have a pool party for freshwater mussels. Ask for sponsors to hike the Appalachian trail. 

About The Xerces Society

Established in 1971, The Xerces Society is a trusted source for science-based information and advice. Our team draws together experts from the fields of habitat restoration, entomology, botany, farming, education, community engagement, and conservation biology with a single passion: Protecting the life that sustains us

Xerces is a 501(c)(3) organization and this work is supported by donors. To learn more about our work and get involved, please visit xerces.org.

Funds raised through fundraising go towards Xerces general operating budget, and are not eligible for restrictions.

The Xerces Society: Protecting the Life that Sustains Us

Photo credits. Banner, Jennifer Hopwood. Right to Left, Sarah Foltz Jordan,  Jessica Lucia/Flickr, Candace Fallon, Nancy Lee Adamson.