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Your support is one of the many partnerships that strengthen the Conservancy and its work around the globe. More than one million members are part of the largest conservation organization in the world, and share the mission to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.

Contributions come in a myriad of ways, and each offers the possibility of tax benefits and savings. Some individuals and organizations give outright gifts of money, stocks, life insurance, retirement accounts or real estate, or direct payments through a Donor Advised Fund. Others provide in-kind gifts, reduced costs for services or ongoing support through monthly giving—an easy way to ensure your contributions go to the area of most need.

Yet another way to support the Conservancy is through bequests. Making the Conservancy part of your estate plans means a legacy for future generations.

Sharing the joy of the Conservancy through gift memberships is a great way to show others you care about them and for the future of our amazing state. Volunteering for the Conservancy may include onetime events and activities or long-term commitments. Check out our web site to see what possibilities await!

If you’d like to learn more about how you can support our work, please contact Susan Hollandsworth, Director of Philanthropy, or (601) 709-4754.

Every gift makes a difference and allows us to restore and protect Mississippi and other amazing locations for current and future generations.

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