Your Conservation Legacy
Planning your estate is an important way to provide for your loved ones. It is also a great way to achieve your philanthropic goals, and to ensure that the natural world and places you cherish are thriving for generations to come.
An LTV Board Member since 2006, Steffanie Burgevin created the Land Trust of Virginia Legacy Giving Fund in order to ensure that the Land Trust’s protected lands will be protected forever.
Like Steffanie, you can ensure the future protection of the places you love and create a lasting legacy of conservation through your estate planning.
Bequests: Leave Land Trust of Virginia a gift through your will or revocable living trust.
Name Land Trust of Virginia as a beneficiary: Designate Land Trust of Virginia as a beneficiary of your bank account, retirement, pension plan, or life insurance policy.
Appreciated Assets: Donate securities (i.e. stock), personal property, real estate and insurance policies.
Talk to your legal or financial adviser to learn more about the ways in which you can include the Land Trust of Virginia in your estate plans.
If you’d like to make a charitable bequest, name the Land Trust of Virginia as a beneficiary, or donate appreciated assets — or for more information about how you can support the Land Trust of Virginia for years to come — please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.