Giving through your Will or Trust...

Many national parks supporters choose to leave a legacy gift to NPCA through their will or trust, so they can ensure the parks will remain to be enjoyed for generations to come. You can, too, by including simple language in your documents.

How it Works

Step 1:


Designate a percentage of your estate or a specific asset to NPCA. You can do this when creating your will or trust or by amending your existing one.

Step 2:

Tell Us About Your Gift

Informing us of your plans helps us ensure we can fulfill your wishes for your future gift. We will not pry into your personal details.

Step 3:

Support National Parks

NPCA receives your gift after your lifetime and uses it to protect and sustain America's national parks for generations to come.

Your gift is fully deductible for federal estate tax purposes, and there is no limit on the deduction your estate can claim. Many gifts are also exempt from state inheritance taxes.

How To Say It

I give and bequeath ___________ (dollar amount, percentage of residuary estate, specific asset, etc.) to National Parks Conservation Association (Federal Tax I.D. 53-0225165), 777 6th Street, N.W., Suite 700, Washington, D.C. 20001.

Legal Name
National Parks Conservation Association
777 6th Street NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC. 20001
Federal Tax I.D.

Tell Us About Your Gift

If you have created a legacy gift to support our work protecting and defending the long-term future of America's national parks, please fill out the short form below so we may thank you and recognize you for your support.

Many people like to leave a gift to charity in their will because they care about the causes that are important in their lives. Have you left or would you consider leaving a gift to NCPA?

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