Your financial support is critical to our work protecting the rich architectural legacy of New York – the iconic buildings and diverse neighborhoods – that define this vibrant and extraordinary City.

The New York Landmarks Conservancy is a nonprofit organization and contributions to it are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.


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If you love the energy, excitement, and vibrancy of this great City, help us protect it by including the Landmarks Conservancy in your estate plans. It’s very simple, and can provide significant financial benefits to your loved ones in the process. By joining our Legacy Society, you are supporting programs that preserve the unique character of New York, strengthen its economy, and benefit New Yorkers and visitors alike.

Legacy gifts make a lasting contribution to the Landmark Conservancy’s future and include …

• Cash bequests
The Conservancy receives a specified dollar amount.

• Bequest of personal property
The Conservancy receives specified assets such as stocks/bonds, real estate, artwork, jewelry, or antiques.

• Bequest of an IRA or other qualified plan
Designate the Conservancy as beneficiary of a qualified plan.

• Residuary bequests
The Conservancy receives all or a percentage of a donor’s estate remaining after specific legacies, debts, taxes, and estate expenses have been settled.

• Contingent bequest
Property is distributed to the Conservancy if the donor outlives his or her named beneficiaries.

Your bequest may also offer you or your loved ones important financial benefits. If you wish to include the Landmarks Conservancy in your estate plans here is some information you may need:
Legal Name: The New York Landmarks Conservancy
Address: One Whitehall St., 21st Fl. NY, NY 10004
Federal Tax ID #: 23-7181785
Phone: 212.995.5260
Legal Entity: Not-for-profit incorporated in New York

Bequest language should be tailored to your specific interest, but an example of an unrestricted gift would be, “I bequeath to The New York Landmarks Conservancy for its general purposes (dollar amount or percentage of residual estate).”

Your estate plans should reflect your interests and values which you should discuss with your legal or financial advisor. If you don’t have an advisor, please let us know. We’re working with a team from Morgan Stanley who can advise you without obligation. Estate gifts of $250,000+ qualify for naming opportunities.

To learn more about how you can help protect New York’s distinctive architectural heritage, please contact us at 212.995.5260 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)