New Mexico: Our Mission. Your Legacy.
The New Mexico Land Conservancy relies on the support of people like you to continue the important work we do to help preserve the land, water, wildlife and other resources that make our state unique and special in so many ways.
The New Mexico Land Conservancy is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization. All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
You may also donate to NMLC directly online.
We gratefully accept checks payable to New Mexico Land Conservancy, mailed to: PO Box 6759, Santa Fe, NM 87502
Gifts of appreciated stock and/or mutual funds can be a wonderful way to support the New Mexico Land Conservancy, while realizing savings on long-term capital gain taxes! For questions, and/or to notify us of an incoming gift, please email or call us at 505.986.3801. Thank you!
You can designate NMLC as a beneficiary of all or part of the remainder of our IRA or retirement plan. Distributions of your IRA or retirement plan to your heirs can be subject to income and estate taxes. By designating NMLC as beneficiary, 100% of the balance can be used by NMLC.
When you include the New Mexico Land Conservancy in your estate plans, you are making a gift for future generations to enjoy the unique and special places we all cherish. A planned gift, like permanently protected land, is a lasting contribution to ensure that NMLC has the resources to conserve and steward these special places. Making a planned gift to our organization may provide you and your family with valuable tax benefits. Gifts to NMLC are not subject to gift or estate taxes. There are several ways to include NMLC in your estate plans. Please contact your financial planner to discuss options that meet your financial planning needs and your philanthropic vision.
NMLC appreciates your direct donation or bequest of marketable land or property. Please discuss these options with your financial broker/advisor to determine the appropriate distribution of your donation, then contact our Executive Director, Scott Wilber, at (505) 986-3801 for more information.
Please be advised that the staff and Board of Directors of the New Mexico Land Conservancy cannot provide tax or legal advice. Please consult with your own tax or legal advisor when planning to make a gift to New Mexico Land Conservancy or any charitable organization.