Make a Legacy Gift
Conservation is forever. Your legacy can be, too.
What’s your legacy? Consider making it part of a special place where thousands of people like to visit, swim, picnic, boat, hike, fish, hunt and explore. Consider including Chocorua Lake Conservancy in your estate plans.
Whether you are taking those important first steps toward planning your estate or considering an update to your estate plan, Chocorua Lake Conservancy is here to help you achieve your long-term charitable goals. Through a planned gift to CLC, you can leave a legacy of a pristine lake and a timeless vista for our children and grandchildren.
Planned gifts come in all shapes and sizes, and each is an expression of a person’s desire to make a difference and leave a legacy that lasts forever.
The Challenge of Forever
Because land stewardship is forever, land trusts and legacy giving are a natural fit.
Why the Chocorua Lake Conservancy?
Do you live near or spend time in the Chocorua Lake Basin because the landscape inspires you? Maybe you feel connected to this special place through family memories. Perhaps you want to help protect and preserve habitat for a diversity of flora and fauna. In a rapidly moving world, you might value a place that feels changeless. For these reasons and more, people choose to support the CLC.
How do I begin the process of gift planning?
Many people are overwhelmed when it comes time to undertake their estate planning. We’ve put together this simple list to introduce you to a sample of the easiest ways you can leave a lasting legacy for the community:
Provision in a Will
Recognizing your Legacy: CLC’s Conservation Legacy Society
For more information about making a Legacy Gift, please email Alex Moot, Board President.
The contents of this document are provided for informational purposes only and are not intended as a substitute for professional legal or estate-planning advice. The Chocorua Lake Conservancy urges you to consult a professional adviser when considering any of these planned giving options.
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