Ways To Give
Support our mission however you choose from sending a check or donating online to giving through your workplace or even including the Trust in your estate plans. Your gift is tax-deductible and will help improve our communities in Northern Virginia for generations to come.
Let's Make A Change
Here are some ways you can donate:
Northern Virginia Conservation Trust
4022-A Hummer Road
Annandale, VA 22003
Other Ways to Give
Make a tax-deductible donation
NVCT relies on your support. Since our founding in 1994, we have conserved nearly 7,000 acres in both urban and rural areas across the region. With your help, we can save even more land and protect our natural environments. Land protection begins with you. Please donate today.
Set up a recurring gift
Scheduling a recurring gift is one of the best ways to support our mission and protect the places you love. The amount and frequency are up to you and you can cancel or change your future donations at any time. Become a monthly giver today and ensure a greener tomorrow.
Great Blue Heron Circle
While NVCT values gifts of any size, we recognize our special donors who pledge $1,000 or more each year by designating them into our Great Blue Heron Circle. Named after the famed residents of one of our signature conservation successes, Great Blue Herons receive invitations to exclusive NVCT events and are recognized in our annual report. However, the true value of your Great Blue Heron membership is your help in ensuring healthier Northern Virginia communities for all time.
Combined Federal Campaign
You can give through the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area/Northern Virginia. The CFC is the annual workplace giving opportunity for employees in the federal workplace to support thousands of participating local, national, and international charities. The Northern Virginia Conservation Trust (NVCT) is a participant in this year’s campaign with a designation code of 61757.
Gifts of Stock
You can support our work by making a gift of stocks, mutual funds, and bonds. If you’ve held your stock for more than one year, you can receive significant financial benefits. Donating appreciated stock means that you could avoid paying capital gains taxes. Be sure to consult with a qualified tax professional. Please contact us for specific instructions for transferring your securities.
Gifts & Estate Planning
Bequests, gifts made to NVCT through your will, are a great way to achieve your philanthropic goals while making a lasting impact on the places you value. Your attorney or financial planner can help you select which arrangements are best suited for your individual situation and goals. NVCT welcomes the opportunity to thank you publicly but will respectfully honor requests for anonymity. Making a commitment to NVCT through your future gift planning is a meaningful way to leave a lasting legacy of conservation in Northern Virginia.
In many cases, your gift can be enhanced by matching funds from companies and foundations. Check with your company’s human resource office for more information.
Workplace giving campaigns allow you to easily and conveniently support NVCT by deducting donations directly from your paycheck automatically. NVCT participates in a variety of workplace campaigns including the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC #61757), United Way NCA (8933), DC One Fund, UPS, Target and many others. Please use NVCT designated codes to ensure that your funds support conservation in Northern Virginia. Please contact us or your human resources center with questions.
Shop at AmazonSmile
When you shop at smile.amazon.com and pick Northern Virginia Conservation Trust as your designated charity, 0.5% of the purchase price of every eligible item you buy will be donated to support our work. You get the same great Amazon experience at no cost to you while supporting NVCT!
Donate your time through volunteering
NVCT regularly hosts volunteer events throughout our service area. Some of our events include invasive plant removals, tree plantings, trash removals, and more. All are welcome to volunteer their time, energy and enthusiasm in restoring habitats in Northern Virginia. Please visit our volunteer page to learn more about future opportunities.