Ensure the beauty of the Bluegrass endures.
Honorary and memorial gifts to Bluegrass Land Conservancy are an extraordinary way to pay tribute to a special person in your life. You are not only touching the life of the honoree, you’re giving to your entire community by helping to protect Bluegrass lands for future generations.
Here are some reasons that people give to Bluegrass Land Conservancy in tribute to others:
- House Warmings
- Thank You’s
When a tribute gift is made in someone’s honor, or memory, the honoree, or family members, will receive a card letting them know about your generous donation. The amount of the gift will be confidential.
How to Designate Your Donation as a Honorary and Memorial Gift
When giving online, simply indicate that your gift is honorary or memorial, and fill out the appropriate information.
Make your check payable to Bluegrass Land Conservancy.
In the memo portion, write the name of the individual you are honoring.
Enclose a note stating the occasion, name(s), and address(es) of the honorees. If the address for your charitable contribution is not included on your check, please let us know where to mail your gift receipt!
To make your gift by mail:
Bluegrass Land Conservancy
450 Old Vine Street, Suite 105
Lexington, KY 40507
Have questions or want to make your gift by phone?
Contact Jessie Wilder, (859) 255-4552 to discuss honorary and memorial gift.
Bluegrass Land Conservancy depends upon the support of individuals, businesses, and foundations. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. All gifts are tax deductible to the extent provided by law. All conversations are strictly confidential and we will not disclose your personal information to any other existing entity without your written permission.
Why I Care
“In all honesty, donating a conservation easement was the least that I could do considering that I am the 9th generation to farm this land. To preserve what was started more than two centuries ago was very important to me. My hope is that the easement will show future generations the importance of their heritage and the importance of the land.”
Former Board Member