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We rely on membership dues, donations, grants, and program and publications revenues to fund our educational programs, support services, and advocacy. We receive no state or federal government funding. With staffing and funding reductions at the state and federal environmental agencies, our services are in ever-greater demand and needed more than ever. Your contribution will help us maintain and expand our critical work with conservation commissions and in protecting wetlands, open space, and biological diversity throughout Massachusetts. You can designate your tax-deductible contribution to our Annual Fund and/or to one or more of our dedicated funds. Also, please consider MACC in your planned giving.
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MACC’s Annual Fund supports all our programs and services. Your contribution to our Annual Fund will assure the continued success of our Fundamentals for Conservation Commissioner Training Program, Annual Environmental Conference, Fall Conference, and our environmental education workshops. It supports our Helpline (where we answer questions about implementation of the Wetlands Protection Act and acquisition and management of conservation lands), Conservation Quarterly, website, eMACC (every other week updates on advocacy issues and education programs), and allows us to undertake important new projects. For example we are creating an up-to-date database of local wetlands ordinances/bylaws and regulations, a key tool for communities across the state seeking to adopt and enhance local wetlands protection. Our Annual Fund also provides support we need to continue to be the voice for wetlands and open space protection in meetings with government officials and on advisory committees.
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Please Send your check marked Annual Fund made payable to MACC to:
10 Juniper Road
Belmont, MA 02478
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Consider MACC in your Estate Planning
Please Support Conservation Beyond Your Lifetime
Make an investment in the quality of life in your community while receiving tax benefits.
A bequest is one of the simplest ways to support the Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions. By leaving a thoughtful gift you will help our efforts to preserve wetlands and other critical natural resources for future generations and help sustain and expand our outstanding education and advocacy programs - the hallmark of MACC for more than fifty years. We would be honored to receive your generous bequest and to be entrusted with your legacy.
For those who wish to make MACC the recipient of a personal bequest, the following is simple language that can be used in your will or trust:
I hereby give, devise and bequeath to the Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions, a nonprofit corporation organized and existing under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the sum of ___ dollars (or percentage of estate), to be added to the endowed funds of the Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions, and to be used for the general purposes of the organization.
Gifts may also be in the form of property, investments, insurance policies or unused retirement funds. MACC is happy to discuss planned giving options with you, such as directing your funds towards a specific project or a named endowment fund. We can also provide information about professional resources to assist in your estate planning.
For more information please call 617.489.3930 or email email@example.com
Legal Information about MACC
If you wish to name MACC in your will, trust or estate plan, we should be named as: The Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions, a nonprofit corporation, organized and existing under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, with principal business address of 10 Juniper Road, Belmont, MA 02478.
Our tax identification number is 23-7274677 The Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions is tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.