Centennial Society

Colorado’s Lasting Legacy

We created the Centennial Society to honor and recognize those who remember Colorado Open Lands in their estate plans.  There are many ways to do this.  Some have named Colorado Open Lands in their will or living trust, while others have named us as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy, IRA or charitable trust.

Many prioritize family and loved ones first, only providing for Colorado Open Lands once those needs are met.  Some options preserve maximum control over your assets during life, while others feature powerful tax and financial benefits as part of your philanthropy.

There is significant flexibility in estate planning and it is our pleasure to support you and your advisors in creating a gift that meets your charitable and financial goals.

Every estate gift, large and small, helps strengthen Colorado Open Lands in permanent ways.  We would love to help you discover how easy an estate gift can be.

To learn more, please explore the menu below.  And if you have any questions, please feel free to contact Brandy Bertram at bbertram@coloradoopenlands.org or 303-988-2373.  All inquiries are held in strict confidence.

Gift Designations

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Maximum Flexibility

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General Information

Recognition

 

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