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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I donate goods or services to the Conservancy?


The Conservancy accepts a variety of non-cash gifts, including goods and services, from its generous supporters. There are three types of contributed goods, including:

  1. Tangible personal property gifts. These are gifts that The Nature Conservancy intends to sell (e.g., a piece of jewelry from an estate).
  2. In-kind goods. These are goods that the Conservancy intends to use. An example would be a donated truck that could be used at a preserve site or lumber that is used to build a shelter.
  3. In-kind services. These are professional services that are donated to the Conservancy, such as pro bono legal services.

If you would like to contribute goods or services to the Conservancy, please contact your local office for more information.







October 25, 2013

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