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Conserving wildlife habitat, agricultural and forest lands, scenic open space, wetlands, and shorelines for the benefit of our community and as a legacy for future generations.

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Planned Giving

Ways of Giving

The future of beautiful Skagit County depends to a large degree on the foresight and generosity of you and other visionaries who are willing to consider new ways to make gifts. A planned gift, or legacy gift, are terms that cover all kinds of charitable gifts such as bequests, trusts and gifts of retirement benefits, which allow you to leave a legacy that will continue far beyond your lifetime. These gifts can take multiple forms and can help you address a variety of personal and financial goals.

Download our Guide to Planned Giving to learn more.

Members who have included Skagit Land Trust in their estate plans are encouraged to inform us so that we can thank you. By joining our planned giving circle, The Cedar Legacy Circle, you will receive the information you need to plan your gift for maximum impact, invitations to exclusive events, and acknowledgement in our Annual Report.

Giving Wisely Helps Us Reach into the Future

What do you want your gift to achieve? How do you make a gift in a way that has the impact you want? Do you want to make a significant gift during your lifetime, or would a gift as part of your estate work better?

Planned gifts help us reach far into the future through a dependable base of support to conserve Skagit County’s unique wildlife habitats, forests, farms, marine areas and open space and to steward these lands for future generations. By giving wisely, you can continue to help save land for tomorrow for generations to come.

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Skagit Land Trust is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The Trust's federal tax ID number is 91-1533402.

1,000

Family & business members

6,800

Total acres protected

33

Total miles of shorline

300+

Volunteers