Support Trustees for Alaska

Help Trustees Fight for Mother Nature

You don’t have to be a lawyer to fight Alaska’s environmental legal battles. Your gifts of cash or assets to support Trustees for Alaska land a solid punch for justice.

Gifts of Cash

We accept credit cards, checks or cold, hard cash! Donate online or by mail.

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Become a Monthly Donor

Sign up online to spread your donation throughout the year. Your credit card will be charged monthly for any amount you select.

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Shop for Conservation

Trustees receives donations from businesses based on your purchases. Shopping with a conscience at AmazonSmile or Fred Meyer.

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Honor Someone with a Tribute Gift

Make a gift to honor someone you love. Commemorate a special birthday or event for someone who loves Alaska. A donation makes a lasting gift.

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Matching Gifts, Workplace & Giving Networks

Donate through a third party giving network like Network for Good. Trustees for Alaska participates in the Combined Federal Campaign where you can make donations through your federal employer. CFC# 11326

Colleen Burgh Fund for Science and the Law

This memorial fund honors Colleen Burgh for all she contributed to conservation science in Alaska. Your gifts to this fund are restricted to support scientific expertise to help Trustees win cases critical to Alaska conservation.

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Gifts of Assets

Gifts of publically-traded stock, real estate, or other appreciated assets can be a mutually beneficial way of contributing to Trustees for Alaska. As the donor, you receive a tax deduction for the fair market value of the gift, subject to certain limitations. You may also avoid capital gains taxes. Trustees will be able to sell your donated assets without incurring tax liability, and put all the proceeds into Trustees’ work protecting Alaska’s rich natural resources.

Bequests

You may make a donation to Trustees for Alaska through your will or living trust. Your options include but are not limited to, naming Trustees as the recipient of a stated sum, or contingent bequest, or as the residuary beneficiary of your estate. Trustees recommends that you consult with an estate lawyer who can explain these and other options of making bequest gifts.

Retirement Plans

Naming Trustees for Alaska as the beneficiary of your IRA, SEP-IRA, 401(k), 403(b) or other retirement plan assets can have significant estate tax advantages. It is as easy as notifying your plan administrator of your wishes. For a retirement plan that is self-administered, you should notify the custodian in writing and keep a copy of the notification with your will. Sometimes special rules and limitations apply to qualified plans and similar interests.

For more information on making gifts to Trustees for Alaska, please contact Tracy Lohman. All inquiries will be kept confidential. Here’s our Donor Privacy Policy. Read our Financial Statements.

Contact: 907.433.2006 or tlohman@trustees.org

Trustees for Alaska is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation.
Contributions made to Trustees are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.

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