A legacy gift to The Student Conservation Association in your will, living trust or beneficiary designation has a vital and sustainable impact on our mission to build the next generation of change-makers, wilderness protectors, and conservation leaders.
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To explore your giving options, let us know you’ve completed a gift, or to learn more about specific legacy programs and projects, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 888-722-9675 or simply submit our form
A gift in your will or by beneficiary designation requires no immediate donation, and you can change your mind at any time. We are grateful for gifts in any amount.
You also have the option to name SCA as a secondary or contingent beneficiary, so we only get your gift if your other beneficiaries do not need these funds.
When including a gift in your will or other plan, be sure to include our legal designation:
The Student Conservation Association
Tax Identification Number: 91-0880684
1310 North Courthouse Road, Suite 110
Arlington, VA 22201
The Liz Putnam Legacy Society serves to recognize and thank those who have taken the special step of providing for the future of SCA’s youth conservation service work by supporting the SCA in their estate plans and/or establishing life income or other planned gifts. The Society honors SCA’s founder, Liz Putnam and her vision in creating the SCA.
We hope you will let us know if you include a gift in your will or other estate plan. We will never pressure you to provide details you are not comfortable sharing, and we will always respect your privacy. But we would like to thank you for your generosity. Knowing that our supporters are pledging gifts for the future allows us the confidence to invest in more young people today.
We share a common goal: to harness the power and commitment of young people. Through hands-on service projects in national parks, state forests, marine sanctuaries, and community green spaces, we are building the next generation of change-makers, wilderness protectors, and conservation leaders.
These young leaders are remarkable: They have vision and determination. They don’t just hope for a better future, they want to act.
The future is in their hands and it’s our responsibility to offer them the opportunity to make a difference – as SCA has done for more than 65 years.
Although we have more than 100,000 SCA alumni, there is always more interest in service from young people than we have the funds to place.
Your legacy can empower new generations of young leaders who will work to preserve our natural and cultural heritage and fight for a sustainable, livable world for everyone.