Spring is upon us.
And, it’s a good time to reflect on everything from our home to our finances. This season is a perfect time to review important documents too, such as your will or estate plan, as well as your 401(k) and life insurance policy. Find tips for creating your will, or updating your current plans.
Making a gift to The Nature Conservancy through your will or revocable living trust is a simple way to support our mission. If you are considering naming the Conservancy in your estate plans when you update your documents, we thank you for standing up for nature’s future.
Have you already named The Nature Conservancy in your will? Let us know your plans!
How to Name The Nature Conservancy in Your Will
It is important to schedule a meeting with your attorney and add the correct legal language to your document when updating your will.
If you wish to name The Nature Conservancy in your will or estate plan, we should be named as:
The Nature Conservancy, a nonprofit corporation, organized and existing under the laws of the District of Columbia, with principal business address of 4245 North Fairfax Drive, Suite 100, Arlington, Virginia 22203-1606.
Our tax identification number is: 53-0242652
Just beginning to create your will? See tips on creating your estate plan.
Other Ways to Give When You Update Your Financial Documents
Did you know that you can set aside even a part of your 401(k) or life insurance policy as a gift to the Conservancy? It’s very easy to do. Here’s how:
- Ask your fund manager or human resources department for the beneficiary form.
- You name The Nature Conservancy as a beneficiary of all or part of your 401(k), life insurance policy or other qualified account.
- You return the form to your fund manager or Human Resources department, and then we hope you will let us know about your gift.
- If you are naming us as a beneficiary of your 401(k), there maybe an additional step. Please contact us for details.
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