Some folks give a little bit every month. Others give big at the end of their lifetime. The generosity may come in the form of money, property or a large tract of land. All of it helps the Conservancy advance its mission in the First State.
“Our family tree will always reach from the east coast.”
“If I could leave a legacy, it would be that people make it a priority to balance their carbon books.”
“As a boy, I was outside all the time, working on the farm – that was just the way it was.”
“I hadn’t realized that the Conservancy accepts donations of real estate with no significant natural values.”
“The philanthropy has become a school tradition, something incoming 5th-graders look forward to as they begin their school year.”