You can make an everlasting difference for wilderness.
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Did you know there are a variety of ways to make a gift to The Wilderness Society to ensure future generations will enjoy the clean air and water, wildlife, beauty, and opportunities for recreation and renewal that wild places provide?
Many of our donors want to extend their support of The Wilderness Society to make a lasting impact for our irreplaceable wilderness. Whether you'd like to put your donation to work today or further our work after your lifetime, there's a charitable plan that will allow you to provide for your family and protect the places you love.
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Named for one of our founders and the first to further our work with a bequest, the Robert Marshall Council is our legacy society recognizing those visionaries who have included The Wilderness Society in their estate plans.
We thank those who have taken their place alongside leaders like Bob Marshall by acting to ensure the future of wild places for generations to come.
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