Feb 1 2018
The Friends of Claytor Lake are working hard towards a brand new website for 2018. We appreciate everyone’s support and stay tuned for a lot of changes this year!
Nov 29 2017
The Amazon Smile program will donate a percentage of its sales to The Friends of Claytor Lake. All you have to do is shop! It is real easy to sign up. Now all your amazon purchases will give to The Friends of Claytor Lake. This is a great way to give to our organization by doing what you already are, shopping at Amazon.
Nov 28 2017
November 28th is National #GivingTuesday. A great opportunity for those of you who have not donated to a worthy charity or non-profit. The Friends of Claytor Lake do so much for our community that we would ask you for your support. Funds donated to our organization are put to great use in projects that restore native vegetation and fish habitat to the lake, water quality testing, boater safety, Hydrilla control, shoreline projects, Drawdown & Mussel Salvage, the ongoing problem of siltation, our clean up program which removes over 3,000 tons of debris from the lake each year and expanded operations above the bridge this year.
All donations are welcome and appreciated plus are tax deductible. We hope we can earn your support this #GivingTuesday!
Remember, It’s not just a donation
It’s a cleaner lake
It’s restoring vegetation
It’s creating fish habitat
It’s making the lake safer
It’s educating people about our environment
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Nov 22 2017
The Friends of Claytor Lake have been very thankful to have the support of local businesses. Now one is helping us EVEN MORE!!! Kroger of Radford will now make donations to FOCL based on your shopping. Read more here as well as how to sign up. CLICK HERE!!
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