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You Can Make a Difference in Utah

The success of The Nature Conservancy in Utah relies on the support of communities, businesses and people like you.

  • Workplace Giving: Pledge a specified amount to be automatically deducted from each pay check.
     
  • Stock Donation: Gifts of appreciated securities to The Nature Conservancy can be a simple and tax-savvy way to support conservation.
     
  • Real Estate Donation: 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.
     
  • Gift & Estate Planning: Deferred gifts are a way to make a lasting contribution to the Conservancy while taking advantage of favorable federal and state tax laws.  To learn more about planned giving, please contact Heidi Mosburg or Mary Delle Gunn or call (801) 531-0999.
     
  • Become a Conservation Buyer: Are you a conservation-minded individual looking to protect natural places forever? Learn how to become a conservation buyer and view conservation properties for sale.

There are a number of ways you can help The Nature Conservancy each and every day. In addition to the above ways of giving you can also Donate Online, Become a Member, or Renew Your Membership. Or, if you own a business, join the Utah Corporate Alliance for the Environment.

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