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Estate planning can benefit everyone regardless of the size of your estate, and can be simpler than you might have thought. Most importantly, careful estate planning today allows you to plan for the future and to provide for the important people and causes in your life.
Members of our staff discuss all facets of gift planning below. Read on to learn helpful estate planning advice. Or, ask us your estate planning question and it may be answered in the next tip post!
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You can protect grasslands and other natural places by making a planned gift with The Nature Conservancy. Contact us today.
"We accept many different kinds of gifts, but it is always wise to discuss your gift with Conservancy staff first to be sure that we can accept it." - Kay Pitches
"The Conservancy is known for protecting the natural world – but we also may provide financial benefits for you as well.” - Susan Gutchess
“The truth is, charitable gift annuities are a 'win-win' for donors and for the Conservancy.” - Anna Simmonds
"Leaving your retirement assets to the Conservancy may be one of the lowest cost ways to support our mission." - Fran Moskovitz
"We have Conservancy professionals who specialize in planning, accepting and selling trade lands.” - Harry Estroff
“Making a charitable bequest is one of the easiest ways to support the causes you care about.” - Beth McNally
“I tell this story because this gift is a wonderful example of how The Nature Conservancy works with donors.” - Harry Estroff
“Bequests are simple to do and provide an easy way for donors to support the causes they care about.” - Beth McNally
"Most people are surprised to learn just how simple it is to donate appreciated securities." - Fred Wilson