NNYCF - Legacy and Partnership

I am fortunate to be able to work with those who care deeply about the stewardship and conservation of the Thousand Islands region. While most have a history of support of TILT, others are looking for guidance on how to include a conservation legacy for the region as part of their overall planning. Either way, because of our partnership with TILT, I have a natural pathway to provide them with options for endowing their annual giving beyond their lifetimes either specifically or broadly in support of TILT’s important work and mission. These named Community Foundation funds encourage a holistic approach to perpetuating the critical annual support that will help ensure that donors’ charitable intentions for TILT and their other favorite organizations are honored over time. Just as important, TILT will stand stronger with charitable resources that will span the generations in perpetuity.

 

Rande Richardson
Northern New York Community Foundation

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