Future Giving

You inform TNC of your commitment, which helps for planning and ensures your wishes can be fulfilled. This is especially important for gifts of real estate, business interest or other specialized property.

Many of our supporters leave a gift to The Nature Conservancy in their wills or trusts so they can do even more to protect nature for future generations. You can, too. You'll be supporting environmental education in Kansas for years to come.

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You designate a particular asset or a percentage of your estate to TNC by including a bequest provision in your will or revocable trust. You can do this while creating your will or trust, or you can amend an existing one with a simple document. The Conservancy can be either a primary or a contingent beneficiary.

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If you plan to restrict the use of your bequest (designating to a specific area or program), you contact TNC while drafting your will or trust to ensure your wishes can be met. The more narrowly you restrict the use of your bequest, the greater the risk that the program you want to benefit today won't be as vital or as relevant when we receive your gift in the future.

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