There are many pathways to leaving a lasting legacy. Make a general donation. Pay tribute to a friend or loved one through an Honorary or Memorial Gift. Bequeath a gift from your estate, or through a living will or trust. Invest in LLCT with a life income gift.

LLCT is able to accomplish the work we do with the support of our trustees, members, donors, volunteers and community partners. All who support LLCT through financial contributions keep the tread of our trail wide, clear, and forward facing, with the roots of our LLCT tree remaining deep and strong.

Thank you for generously giving your financial support to help protect the rural character of Lincoln.

If you are giving a gift of securities, please contact us at and we would be happy to provide brokerage information.

LLCT and RLF recommends that you consult your attorney, financial or tax advisor, and/or estate planner when establishing or revising your financial and philanthropic plans. LLCT and RLF are tax-exempt organizations as described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.


Planned Giving

Whatever your stage in life or financial resources may be, you can give a lasting gift to LLCT that meets your personal and philanthropic goals. Together, LLCT and your professional advisors can help you set up a legacy gift, whether life income or estate gifts, that will address your goals and have a lasting impact on land conservation in Lincoln.

How to proceed

  • Contact your attorney, financial or tax advisor, and/or estate planner and let them know you are considering a planned gift to LLCT. They can assist you in determining what type of gift best suits your personal and financial goals.
  • Contact LLCT to notify us of your intent.
  • Talk to your family and friends about your plans and how they can best honor your personal wishes.

Thank you for considering the Lincoln Land Conservation Trust in your financial planning.

Land Conservation

If you are considering putting land into conservation or want to get more information about how to apply a conservation restriction to your property, contact Geoff McGean and he can further discuss land conservation options with you.