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Conributing to West Wisconsin Land Trust

 

Contributing to West Wisconsin Land Trust

Land trusts are a distinct type of conservation organization. Our responsibility for land protection is for specific properties, typically privately owned, and it is in perpetuity. If the lands and waters of western Wisconsin hold a special place in your heart you may want to consider creating a legacy through a planned gift to West Wisconsin Land Trust. These gifts provide significant financial strength and help insure that we can continue to carry out our responsibilities as promised.

Planned Giving

Many of our supporters have elected to create a bequest or other planned giving strategies. We will be happy to work with you and your financial representative. Please feel free to contact our Development Director, Jay Peterson as you contemplate your options. Jay can be reached at jpeterson@wwlt.org or 715-235-8850, ext. 205.

Gifts of Stock

Thank for you for your interest in making a gift of stock to West Wisconsin Land Trust. It’s simple to do. Please contact Jay Peterson at 715-235-8850 or jpeterson@wwlt.org. Jay will ask you for an approximate amount and give you West Wisconsin Land Trust’s account information and contact details of our broker so that your broker can transfer the stock directly to West Wisconsin Land Trust.

Outright Donations of Land

You may have property that you are contemplating giving to West Wisconsin Land Trust. The gift may be considered as part of your planned giving arrangements or you may wish to make a more immediate transfer. There are a variety of possible arrangements for such gifts and we welcome a conversation to find the best solution to meet your philanthropic goals and the mission of West Wisconsin Land Trust. More Info>>

Please feel free to contact our Development Director, Jay Peterson as you consider your options. Jay can be reached at jpeterson@wwlt.org or 715-235-8850, ext. 205.

West Wisconsin Land Trust is a charitable organization exempt from taxation under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.

 

 

“We know that even if we do nothing more, this place will continue to repeat the master cycle of birth, growth, death, and rebirth. Others will have the opportunity to remember this special area in their own way.”

Gib and Judy Krohn
Stockholm, WI