JOIN THE JANET ROSS FUND BEQUEST GIVING CHALLENGE! For every supporter who names us in their will or informs us we are already named The Land Conservancy will receive $1,000 from the Janet Ross Fund. Help us secure immediate funding today and leave a legacy to ensure we will continue to preserve land for years to come.

If you would like more information about the Legacy Giving Circle, or additional information on planned giving please contact:

Danielle Wolfrum

The Land Conservancy of New Jersey

19 Boonton Ave.

Boonton, NJ 07005

(973) 541-1010 x25

dwolfrum@tlc-nj.org

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The Land Conservancy of New Jersey’s Legacy Giving Circle

The Legacy Giving Circle honors those who have made bequests or life income gifts to The Land Conservancy of New Jersey knowing that their gifts will help protect land and water resources in the Garden State for years to come.

Leave a Lasting Legacy 

Imagine the difference you can make in the lives of those that follow. A planned gift to The Land Conservancy of New Jersey can help ensure we pass our shared commitment of open spaces, clean water, and fresh air down to future generations.

Requirements For Membership 

You will become a member of the Legacy Giving Circle when you :

– Name The Land Conservancy as the beneficiary of a bequest in your will or trust

– Fund a charitable gift annuity or charitable trust with The Land Conservancy

– Name The Land Conservancy as a beneficiary of a bank account, life insurance policy or retirement plan.

Benefits of Membership 

Your legacy will live on in the form of preserved open space and protected natural areas. You will receive a gift that identifies your commitment to The Land Conservancy of New Jersey. You will be invited to local programs and activities and you will receive mailings keeping you informed about our land conservation work. With your permission, we will acknowledge your support by listing your name in our publications, or you may choose to remain anonymous. In any event, the amount of your gift will never be disclosed.