Natural Lands Trust
60 Years of Conservation
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Ways to Give

Thank you for considering making a financial investment
in Natural Lands Trust!

As a non-profit organization, Natural Lands Trust depends on the generous support of individuals like you who believe in the importance of preserving and stewarding the forests, fields, wetlands, and streams that make eastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey such a wonderful place to call home.

If you are considering a gift of stock, please contact Ann Hausmann, Vice President of Development at 610-353-5587 x242 or .

The President’s Fund
Your tax deductible support is much needed and appreciated. Whether you are making a gift to support our conservation mission or wishing to honor a loved one, we will put your investment to work right away.

Membership
Being a member of Natural Lands Trust is a great way to get involved and give back. You’ll also enjoy exclusive events, Natural Lands magazine, and other special benefits.

Gift Memberships
A membership in Natural Lands Trust make a great gift for any occasion. The recipient will know that you’re thinking of them and supporting a cause they care about at the same time!

the CONSERVATIONISTS
Leadership annual gifts of $1,000 or more perpetuate our legacy of  saving land, stewarding natural resources, and connecting people to nature.

Give While You Shop
Shop though AmazonSmile and Amazon will make a donation to Natural Lands Trust.

Learn about Alternative Ways to Support Conservation
Thinking longer-term? There are a variety of ways to plan for your own financial needs and provide for Natural Lands Trust. All planned gift donors become members of the Allston Jenkins Legacy Society.

Donate Your Land or a Conservation Easement
If you would like to preserve your land, there can be attractive benefits to donating it or contributing a conservation easement.

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Impact

We know that there are many worthwhile organizations deserving of your support so you are right to ask, “Why should I support Natural Lands Trust?” In a word, we think the answer is impact.

  • 22,000 acres owned and managed
  • 42 nature preserves in 13 counties & 2 states
  • 22,000 acres under permanent restrictions
  • More than 150 municipal partners
  • 60+ conservation professionals on staff
  • Six decades of experience

Have Questions

If you have questions or would like additional information, please contact our Development  Department at 610-353-5587 ext. 243 or .