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Since 1998, the Shasta Land Trust has been committed to preserving the beauty, rich natural resources, and open spaces of far Northern California. Including Shasta Land Trust in your will or living trust allows your generosity to last forever by supporting the perpetual and lasting protection of these special places.

Shasta Land Trust's sincere commitment to permanent conservation is reflected in our status as one of the first land trusts to receive accredited status from the national Land Trust Accreditation Commission. Through the perpetual stewardship requirements associated with land trusts, we have committed to maintain, monitor, enforce, and defend our conservation easements forever. Your generous gift through your will or estate will help our local organization fulfill these obligations, and help ensure that the important natural resources protected by the Shasta Land Trust remain intact for many generations to come.

As with all gifts, the Shasta Land Trust appreciates the generous supporters who have included SLT in your estate plans. We would greatly appreciate information about your gifts or plans and we will work with you on an individual basis to recognize your generosity in a manner suitable to you.

What is Planned Giving?

Planned giving is a term that involves all kinds of charitable giving. The benefits of which allow you to leave a real legacy with lasting positive impacts that prosper long beyond your lifetime. Planned giving is easy to set up and with the assistance of your adviser you can choose the the plan that best suits your needs. As always, we strongly recommend that you consult with an attorney and/or qualified estate planner when preparing legal documents. Our Tax ID # is 68-0441184

Shasta Land Trust Accepts:

  • Bequests (general and percentage)
  • Specific bequests (such as property)
  • Residual bequests
  • Contingent bequests.

 

Your generous gift helps ensure these resources will outlive all of us!