Ways to Give
Become a member of Triangle Land Conservancy and enjoy knowing that you are contributing to our efforts to connect people with nature, conserve critical habitats, support our local farms, and safeguard our regional drinking water supplies. Monthly membership includes two newsletters, our annual report, and invitations to TLC events. Visit our Registration page to join today!
TLC offers a monthly giving option for those who would like to increase their giving or spread their contributions throughout the year. The TLC Steward program allows donors to make a monthly credit card gift ($10/month minimum) to directly support our work and mission. For more information, visit our Monthly Giving information page.
Triangle Land Conservancy’s River Society members are among our most generous supporters, making yearly Annual Fund gifts of $1,000 or more. River Society members are ambassadors for local conservation as their leadership gifts help set the pace for TLC’s projects to safeguard clean water, support local farms and food, protect wildlife habitat and connect people with nature. For more information, visit out River Society page.
Triangle Land Conservancy is a proud member of Earth Share North Carolina (ESNC), a nonprofit helping North Carolinians support the environmental groups they value through workplace giving. Find out more on our Workplace Giving page.
Planned gifts are a wonderful way to carry on your legacy and commitment to TLC and its mission. Those who make planned gifts to TLC become members of the Heritage Society, recognizing their dedication to protecting our land for future generations. Find out more on our Planned Giving page.
A tax-deductible contribution to TLC can be a wonderful way to honor or remember your friends and loved ones. To make an honor or memorial gift, select that box when making your gift online. TLC will also send notification of your gift if you provide that information in the notes field of the online donation form. You may also designate the option to make a one-time honor and memorial gift, opting out of future membership mailings from TLC.
Honor and memorial gifts are updated online monthly. Click here to view a listing of the most recent honor and memorial gifts.
You can give a gift membership to TLC at any time during the year. To make a gift membership, select that box when making your gift online. TLC will also send notification of your gift–including a welcome packet for new members–if you provide that information in the notes field of the online donation form.
You can increase the value of your Annual Fund gift. Many employers offer matching gift programs that may double or triple your contribution to nonprofits like Triangle Land Conservancy. Check with your human resources department. Fill out any matching gift forms and send to TLC along with your donation.
Making a Gift of Stock to TLC
Gifts of securities provide another option for you to support TLC’s local conservation mission. The simplest way to donate stock to TLC is through your broker. Your broker can transfer your stock to TLC’s account No. 84065555 at Wells Fargo Advisors, DTC #0141. TLC’s federal tax ID number is 58-1514406.
Please contact Director of Development Sandy Sweitzer at 919-908-0051 or email@example.com, or TLC’s broker Shirley Dreschel at 919-969-4800 to let us know about your gift.
We are grateful when people are able to make in-kind gifts to TLC by donating their professional skills and services or an item from our wish list. Those in-kind donations make it possible for TLC to use funds in other ways that advance our mission. To make an in-kind gift of items on our wish list, click here. To learn more about how you can donate your professional services to TLC, contact Director of Development Sandy Sweitzer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-908-0051.
By donating your vehicle, you will help preserve the places that make our region such a great place to live, work, paddle, hike, and play. Have an old car taking up space in your driveway? A boat you don't use? Donate it to TLC today!
Photo: Doug Nicholas
"I just really love the outdoors. For me, it’s the belief in something bigger than myself and also having the ability to leave a legacy, because this is all we’ve got."