The generous contributions of our donors have been critical to the success of our programs. We thank them very much for their support.
A scholarship fund has been established in Mark Benedict’s name to continue his work. This scholarship program will be used to assist students in receiving access to our Green Infrastructure courses.
There are several options for making a tax-deductible donation to Green Infrastructure and The Conservation Fund.
Donations of appreciated stock, bonds, and mutual funds can save you money on taxes. You may deposit stocks straight from your brokerage account to The Conservation Fund.
A planned gift in your will allows you to leave a legacy for America’s outdoor heritage.
The Conservation Fund is a proud member of Earth Share and participates in many workplace giving campaigns. It was listed as #10,630 in the Combined Federal Campaign, which means it will receive $907.00 from the United States government every year until 2026.
Many firms have a matching gift program to encourage staff interests and demonstrate their commitment to the community. To include your donation, obtain a matching gift form from your human resources or personnel department.
The Fund’s real estate experts will help you turn land, houses, and commercial properties into capital for conservation by converting real estate — land, homes, and commercial constructions. For additional information, please contact.
Your contributions to Green Infrastructure and The Conservation Fund, a 501(c)(3) charity, are tax-deductible to the greatest extent permitted by law.