Join TRCP as we preserve our nation’s unique outdoor heritage
For more then a century, hunters and anglers have been the driving force behind conservation in America. We fought to create public lands for all Americans and helped to pass and defend the nation’s environmental laws. We have funded conservation and restoration through our tax dollars, licenses and donations.
Our work is not done, nor will it ever be. We face a growing population, increasing development pressures, shrinking conservation budgets, a changing climate, and fewer policymakers who understand or appreciate hunters and anglers for their role in conservation. Inspired by the legacy of Theodore Roosevelt, the TRCP unites and amplifies the voices of hunters and anglers behind policy and funding that supports conservation, habitat and access. Our work is non-partisan and based on science, and we will never be afraid to tackle the toughest issues. Join us as we speak out to guarantee all Americans quality places to hunt and fish—now and forever. Leave a legacy of conservation.
“The nation behaves well if it treats the natural resources as assets which it must turn over to the next generation increased and not impaired in value.”
— President Theodore Roosevelt
Select TRCP as your charitable choice for conservation for future generations.
There are many ways to make conservation part of your legacy and support the TRCP. Three of the most popular methods and other options are listed below. The tax advantages and other benefits vary, so please consult your legal or financial advisors to determine which is best for you.
Allocate assets (a specific amount, percentage, or remainder of your estate) to be transferred to the TRCP in your will. This option does not require you to part with your assets during your lifetime.
Choose the TRCP as a full or partial beneficiary of your IRA or other retirement plan. In some cases, you may achieve significant income and estate tax savings—as much as 75 cents on the dollar—by naming a charity as the beneficiary of your retirement plan assets rather than a non-charity.
Designate a specific amount or percentage of your life insurance policy to the TRCP. You may give an existing policy, either fully paid or partially paid, or a new policy.
Other options, such as Charitable Remainder Trust, Charitable Lead Trust, and Charitable Gift Annuity are available on a case-by-case basis—please contact us to discuss options.
For more information, contact our Director of Program Development, Ashlee Noland at 405-401-4622 or email@example.com
If you are including TRCP in your trust or will, please contact us to ensure you have the correct tax ID and legal name. The TRCP’s federal tax ID number is 04-3706385.
The information stated here is not intended as financial or legal advice. Always consider seeking the advice of your financial or legal advisor.
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