Today’s fast-paced world presents a whirlwind of activity in our daily lives, yet summers in New Hampshire often slow us down, offering bits of time to ponder, and perhaps have longer meaningful, honest family conversations. At least one would hope this is the case.
Folks who support the Foundation by adding us in their wills often share with us that one such topic of summer conversation revolves around charitable planning, and how it fits into one’s larger estate plans.
We realize that it’s not always an easy topic to bring up, but it’s important.
We can help. We’ve got access to information that can make it easier to thoughtfully weave charitable gift planning into your overall estate plans. Just drop us an email.
The Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire is a great choice for such a legacy gift. It’s easy to name us in your will or other estate planning vehicle, and it doesn’t take very much money to make a huge difference in protecting the watershed—leaving plenty of assets for other people and important causes.
We are respectful of your wishes and realize the sensitivity around the topic of estate and gift planning, so please don’t hesitate to confidentially contact us if you would like to further explore the topic. Many Granite Staters who cherish the wonderful outdoor traditions of New Hampshire have made provisions for the Foundation in their wills, with the hope that their future contributions will have significant impact on supporting our wild places and wild things for generations to come.
If you wish to name the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire in your will or other estate plan, such as your insurance policy, charitable trust, or annuity plan, please contact us for language.
The Wildlife Heritage Foundation of NH is a 501(c)(3) organization and charitable contributions may be tax deductible as allowed by law. No goods or services were provided to the donor for this gift. WHFNH Tax ID Number: 26-0223745