When you donate online, you automatically become a member and receive subscriptions to Montana Landmarks and Nature Conservancy magazines.
Monthly Giving is paperless and provides a stable flow of support for our critical conservation work. Sign Up
Giving Options allow you to direct a gift, or allow us to use the donation to leverage our work where it's most needed. There are two options:
1. Your gift to All Montana Programs provides us the most flexibility to respond quickly to threats and opportunities, secure matching grants, and keep staff in the field. (Choose to direct your gift and select Montana in the drop down box).
2. Support a specific program:
Become a Member to support the Conservancy's work to conserve our most important natural places. Join
Renew Membership to continue your support. Renew online
MT Tax credit - learn more about this option for MT taxpayers.
Charitable Gift Annuity protect nature and create streams of income. Learn more
Gift & Estate Planning - Deferred gifts make a lasting contribution while taking advantage of favorable federal and state tax laws.Learn more
Last Great Places Society honors those individuals who make a gift of $10,000 or more to support our conservation efforts over the course of a year. Learn more
*PLEASE NOTE: Chapter membership is automatically assigned to the state in your mailing address. If that is outside MT but you wish to join the Montana Chapter, please contact Member Care at 800-628-6860. Press "0" to get help making the change. We apologize for the inconvenience. With online donations, you may choose where to direct your gift in the drop down box.Thanks for your support!
Other Ways to Give
Pledge a specified amount to be automatically deducted from each paycheck.
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Gifts of real estate can frequently save you thousands of dollars in income, estate and capital-gains taxes, while providing a substantial benefit to The Nature Conservancy.