Thousand Islands Forever

What we do today, shapes the world for our children, our children’s children and future generations. Our story (our legacy) is what we leave behind. Will our stories inspire others to work to leave a smaller footprint on our earth and precious Thousand Islands region?  We at TILT believe that together through dedication to keeping this special place healthy and beautiful for all who live here, especially our children, our children’s children and forevermore – we can make a transcending difference.

The Thousand Islands Forever Legacy Program has been created to make it easy for you to be a part of the region’s future and to play a guiding role in the conservation of our wild places. By including TILT in your estate plan, you join a special group of people who have made a lasting commitment to land conservation in the Thousand Island region.

For more information, please contact Terra Bach, Director of Development & Communications, at [email protected], or through the TILT office at 315-686-5345. Visit our website, www.TILandTrust.org/support/planned-giving-thousand-islands-forever for additional details.

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