Ways to Give
Our current projects encompass more than 180,000 acres across Florida that will protect water resources and connect public lands for wildlife and people. Whether you’d like to volunteer, fund a special project, protect an acre, or make a general donation, we appreciate your generosity!
Your donations are crucial to our success in protecting the rural lands and wildlife habitat of Florida.
With the generous gifts from our friends & neighbors like you, our efforts will continue to be successful. Please consider making a donation today.
Click on the Donate button and we can accept your contribution via credit card through a secure online transaction.
Donate by Mail
If you would rather send your donation by US Postal Service please mail to the address below & make any checks payable to the Conservation Trust for Florida.
Please mail it to CFL at:
408 W University Ave #402
Gainesville, FL 32601
Legacy Gifts: Bequests
What is a bequest?
A bequest is the giving of personal property or financial assets such as stocks, bonds,and cash through the provisions of a will or estate plan. Bequests can be made to a non-profit organization.
401k & Retirement
Make CFL a beneficiary of your 401k or other retirement and savings accounts. Contact us for information.
Want to Name Conservation florida in your will or trust?
If you'd like to name CFL in your will or estate plan, please identify us as:
Conservation Florida, a nonprofit corporation with principal business address of 408 W University Ave #402 Gainesville, FL 32601, tax identification number 59-3613021.
Leave a gift to CFL in your will or estate plan and know that you are supporting conservation in Florida for many more years.
Leave Real Estate to CFL
Consider leaving real estate to CFL in your will or estate plan. Contact us for information.
Your contributions make every success possible.
Your donations save land. It’s that simple.
Photo by John Moran
The combined giving power of individual donations in 2018 had a 6:1 rate of return and yielded a conservation impact of over $2.2 million! In other words, every $200 Conservation Florida received last year resulted in the protection of over an acre of land!