A gift that costs nothing during your lifetime.Greater Yellowlegs. Photo: Brad James/Audubon Photography Awards
Leaving a gift to Audubon in your will or trust, by beneficiary designation, or another form of planned gift can make a lasting difference to our work. Many gifts cost you nothing now, there is no minimum contribution, and you are not locked into a decision you make today.
Photo: Barbara Driscoll/Audubon Photography Awards
Photo: Bette Parette/Great Backyard Bird Count
Sandhill Crane with chick.
Photo: Mary Lundberg/Audubon Photography Awards
Great Blue Heron with nestlings.
Photo: Pamela Underhill Karaz/Audubon Photography Awards
Photo: Kelley Luikey/Audubon Photography Awards
Photo: Ray Whitt/Audubon Photography Awards
Have the tax benefits from your limited-partnership shares run out?
Investors who acquire limited-partnership shares to participate in initial tax losses can donate the shares to us when the partnership begins distributing income. The gift will provide a charitable deduction, remove partnership distributions from your taxable income, and direct a stream of income to us.
We'll be happy to work with you on the details. (For the gift to work, the partnership has to approve transfers, and we have to review the transaction.)
It's the creative gift for creative investors.
Costa’s Hummingbird. Photo: Belen Schneider/Audubon Photography Awards
Office of Gift Planning
National Audubon Society
225 Varick Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10014