Estate Planning

Leave a lasting legacy of clean water 

Shouldn’t the things you love today be the things you leave for future generations? Clean water for local households, a river fit for paddling and hiking, thriving wildlife — these are all a part of your gift to the future through estate planning.

Planning your estate is an important way to provide for your loved ones. It is also a great way to share your values with the future and ensure the vibrancy of the Potomac River for generations to come. 

  • Bequests: Leave Potomac Conservancy a gift through your will or revocable living trust
  • Name Potomac Conservancy as a beneficiary: Designate Potomac Conservancy as a beneficiary of your bank account, retirement, including IRA and 401K, pension plan, or life insurance policy
  • Appreciated Assets: Donate securities (i.e. stock), personal property, real estate, and insurance policies. View our Stock Donation page for more details

Talk to your legal or financial adviser to learn more about the ways in which you can include Potomac Conservancy in your estate plans. You may need the following information: 

Organization legal name: Potomac Conservancy, Inc. 
Address: 8403 Colesville Road, Suite 805, Silver Spring, MD 20910
Employer Identification Number (EIN): 52-1842501

Legacy Society

Potomac Conservancy is pleased to recognize those who support clean water for the Potomac with an estate planned gift. If you choose to inform us of your plans, Potomac Conservancy will extend an invitation to join our Legacy Society. As a Legacy Society member, you are invited to special events and will be acknowledged in Potomac Conservancy's Annual Report if desired.

If you would like more detailed information about making a planned gift, please contact Mary Vasse at 301-608-1188 x207 or vasse@potomac.org. Personal discussions incur no obligation on your part, and all information discussed is confidential.