Support Conservation in Northwest Wyoming
Philanthropy is the cornerstone of conservation. Your gift will advance land conservation in Northwest Wyoming. Thank you for your partnership.
Make a lasting gift that honor your commitment to protecting and stewarding Northwest Wyoming landscapes for future generations. Teton Legacy Society members make extraordinary, long-term commitments to the Land Trust with planned gifts.
To help you plan your legacy, we’ve partnered with FreeWill, an online tool that guides you through the process of creating a legally valid will or trust. It’s easy to use, accessible online, and can be completed in 20 minutes. You can use this resource on its own or use it to document your wishes before finalizing your plans with an attorney.
Do you have an IRA, 401(k), life-insurance policy, or any other assets not included in your will? If so, these are called non-probate assets and you must plan your beneficiaries for them separately. Use Beneficiaries Planner to make your plans and designate us as a beneficiary of one or more of
Have you already included a gift in your will or trust? Please fill out this form to let us know! We would love to thank you for your generosity.
The Jackson Hole Land Trust has three giving societies to recognize donors who have demonstrated an exceptional commitment to land conservation.
The Summit Circle recognizes committed donors who have demonstrated their loyalty to the Jackson Hole Land Trust by renewing annual support for 5+ cumulative years. Gifts of any amount count toward participation.
Teton Legacy Society
Teton Legacy Society members have made the thoughtful decision to leave a legacy of open space in Jackson Hole for future generations to enjoy. The Teton Legacy Society celebrates individuals with the foresight and generosity to include the Jackson Hole Land Trust in their planned giving.
Gifts to the Annual Fund provide a strong foundation on which we build and implement our successful land protection and stewardship strategy. Members of the Valley Visionaries, giving $2,500 or more to the Annual Fund, have established themselves as leaders who share our collective vision for preserving Northwest Wyoming’s open spaces.
The Jackson Hole Land Trust’s gift acceptance policy, Form 990, and financials are available upon request. Please contact Jill Callahan, Director of Advancement, for more information: (307) 733-4708×103, firstname.lastname@example.org