Planned Gifts Take Many Forms
Perhaps you choose to live in eastern Idaho or spend time here because the land inspires you. Maybe you feel connected to the land through fond memories of the family farm, a hiking trail, a fishing stream or the scenic views of the mountains.
As you think about the past and ponder your vision for the future, you may be considering how you can make a significant difference in conserving what makes the region so special—its land and rural heritage.
While planned gifts take many forms, they are the result of careful execution and an intention to make a lasting gift. These could include bequests made in a will, naming the Teton Regional Land Trust as a life insurance beneficiary, or using tax-wise giving options such as charitable remainder trusts and Donor Advised Funds.
Conservation supporters who have made planned gifts have had an extraordinary impact on our work. Thanks to early planned gifts, the Teton Regional Land Trust has been able to become a secure, established land trust, better equipped to monitor perpetual easements. Planned gifts have also helped us protect thousands of acres and leverage millions of dollars in federal funding and foundation grants.