Those interested in and concerned about the welfare of Lovell Lake and its environs are eligible for membership. Annual dues of $25 per individual/family support the basic operating budget of the Lovell Lake Association.
To Join or Renew Your Membership
- To pay by check: print Membership Dues Form and mail with payment.
- To pay by credit card click on the LLA Loon logo below.
*Additional donations can be made in the Shopping Cart.
Making an Optional Donation?
- If you’re adding a New or Renewing Your Membership, you can select optional donations in the Shopping Cart.
- If you’re making a Donation without Membership, see Optional Donations below.
*Descriptions of all donation programs are below.
The annual operating budget of the Lovell Lake Association (LLA) is funded almost entirely by the annual membership dues and donations. Please consider donating to one or more of our many programs listed below. We welcome donations in any amount.The Lovell Lake Association is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Dues and donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Match your donation if you can! We are a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and eligible for corporate matching. Ask your employer if they will match your donation.No Sharing Policy The Lovell Lake Association does not share donation information with third parties.
$10 – $45
$50 – $99
$100 – $249
Golden Loon Member
To donate by check: print this Membership Dues Form and mail with payment.
To donate by credit card: click below
In addition to our General Fund, we have three specific program donation categories (see details below). You may donate to as many categories as you wish. To make a donation, just click on the icon.
Donation to the General Fund
Donation to the Lake Host/Water Quality Program
Donation to the Scholarship Fund
Friend/In Memory of Donation
LLA Program Donation Details
Do Not Use
These donations support general administrative expenses, boat parade and special projects (for example: the 2022 Watershed Survey). A very important additional use of these funds is the maintenance of an invasive species reserve to be used to combat and treat any potential outbreak of milfoil or any other invasive species.
Lake Host/Water Quality Program
Lake Host/Water Quality: The Lake Host Program pays staff to inspect boats as they enter Lovell Lake to help ensure invasive aquatic plants and species are caught before they contaminate our lake. This donation also supports the study and analysis of all aspects of water quality, including frequent water sampling and testing by the lab at University of New Hampshire, and support of Acton Wakefield Watersheds Alliance (AWWA).
Scholarship Fund: Our goal is to provide one high school senior one $1,000 scholarship per year. However, if there are sufficient funds and there are additional viable candidates, more than one scholarship may be awarded. This fund is the sole source of the scholarship.
FRIEND/IN MEMORY OF
Donate in memory of a loved one or to honor a special person, family member or business. These donations go to the General Fund.