There are many ways to support nature in Kentucky.
Why I Give
- Dottie Cordray maintains her parents' legacy at the nature preserve created in their name.
- Steve South and Sue Van Patten recognize the Conservancy in their estate plans.
- Hugh Bennett shares his motivation for donating to The Nature Conservancy.
- Austin Musselman perpetuates a family tradition of supporting nature in Kentucky.
Give online, contact Cathy Galante in our Philanthropy Department at (502) 742-4521 or mail a check to The Nature Conservancy of Kentucky, 114 Woodland Avenue, Lexington, Kentucky 40502.
And receive four copies of Nature Conservancy, our magazine.
And support the Conservancy's work to protect the Earth's most important natural places.
It's paperless and provides a stable flow of support for our critical conservation work.
Help the Conservancy devote a major portion of its funds to land and water conservation, keeping effectiveness high and our costs low.
Pledge a specified amount to be automatically deducted from each paycheck.
Help the Kentucky Chapter raise funds while you shop for groceries or online.
- Kroger Community Rewards Sign in or create an account. Enter your Kroger Plus number and scroll to Community Rewards. Enter The Nature Conservancy organization number: Louisville 67245 or Lexington 71917. NOTE: Supporters must log into their Kroger.com account to re-enroll every August!
- Amazon donates 0.5 percent of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. On your first visit to AmazonSmile, select The Nature Conservancy to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. Amazon will remember your selection. Wish lists, shopping cart and other preferences previously established on Amazon will remain the same on AmazonSmile.
Giving back to nature can reach well beyond your lifetime.
Gifts of appreciated securities to The Nature Conservancy can be a simple and tax-savvy way to support conservation.
Gifts of real estate can save you thousands of dollars in income, estate and capital-gains taxes while providing a substantial benefit to the Conservancy.
Deferred gifts make a lasting contribution to the Conservancy while taking advantage of favorable federal and state tax laws.
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