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Planned Giving: Leaving a Legacy for Conservation

ChristaWelcome! I’m Christa Kemp. Thank you for your interest in planned giving!

Planned giving involves making a gift to the Vermont Land Trust through you financial and estate plans. You can learn more about our planned giving opportunities by clicking on the links below or by calling me at (802) 262-1229.

I hope you will reach out to me. I would love to help you and find a charitable plan that lets you provide for your family and support our conservation work.

Bequests and Beneficiary Designations

Anyone can leave a lasting conservation legacy by naming the Vermont Land Trust as a beneficiary in their will, life insurance, or retirement accounts. Learn more.

Life Income Gifts

Transfer of assets to VLT or to a trust, receive an immediate tax deduction, and receive income for the rest of your life. Afterward, the principle is available to VLT for conservation. Learn more.

Charitable Lead Trust

Give assets to a trust that pays VLT set payments for a chosen number of years. When the term is up, the remaining trust assets go to you, your family or other beneficiaries. Learn more.

Gift of Land

Giving real estate can be a current strategy, or part of your legacy. We accept donations of property that has conservation value and property that does not, the sale of which will fund future conservation. Learn more.

 

 

Contact Us

Want to learn more about planned giving?

Contact Christa Kemp at (802) 262-1229

 

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VLT
Facts
570,000+
Total acres
protected
700
Farms using
conserved land
400,000
Acres of
forestland
120
Recreation
spots
60
Miles
Catamount Trail
450
Miles
VAST Trail
2,300+
Properties
protected