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Ways to Give


Contribute to Conservation

By giving to MLT's Annual Operations Fund you ensure that we're able to keep doing the important work to conserve and enjoy the rich biodiversity and natural resources of the Mahoosuc Region. 

  • You can mail us a check to: Mahoosuc Land Trust PO Box 981 Bethel, Maine 04217.

  • Gifts of Stock: Donating appreciated stocks, bonds, and mutual funds is a quick and easy way to support Mahoosuc Land Trust today. You may be able to save on taxes twice – income tax and capital gains tax – allowing you to make a larger donation than with cash. While gifts of publicly traded stock are the most common, you can also give restricted or closely held stock under the right circumstances. Please contact Barbra Barrett or call 207-824-3806 for more details on how to make a gift of securities.

  • Donor Advised Fund: To allocate a gift to Mahoosuc Land Trus (MLT) through your Donor Advised Fund (DAF), contact your DAF provider and MLT's Development Director. You can also designate MLT as a beneficiary through a Designated Fund at community foundations. Income and, in certain cases, principal from the fund is distributed to MLT based on your provided instructions when establishing the fund. Our Tax ID # is 01-0447619.

  • IRA Required Minimum Distribution: If you are 70 1/2 or older, you can choose to donate a portion of your IRA Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) to a qualified charity like the Mahooauc Land Trust. Follow the instructions from the entity that holds your IRA. Our official name is Mahoosuc Land Trust Inc. and our Tax ID # is 01-447619

  • Gifts of Real Estate: Mahoosuc Land Trust has accepted donations conserving thousands of acres through gifts of land and conservation easements.  These gifts—of mountaintops, islands, river and lake frontage, waterfalls, farms, and more—have been conserved permanently. Learn more about gifts of real estate here. 

Support MLT's Annual Operations Fund

Other ways to Give

There are several ways you can support the work of Mahoosuc Land Trust
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