|Cassin's Auklet chick in PRBO's long-term monitoring on the Farallones. Photo by Annie Schmidt.|
With an IRA Charitable Trust, money goes primarily to PRBO instead of taxes. Leave your beneficiaries funds that are estate-taxed only.
With a Charitable Remainder Trust, appreciated assets can become a source of lifetime support for you—and future support for PRBO.
|An intern at Palomarin Field Station measures and bands a songbird.|
With a Life Insurance Policy, a small deductible gift each year pays for the annual premiums, and PRBO receives significant support upon payout.
With a Will, you designate real estate or money to PRBO. Estate taxes are potentially reduced, proportionate to the gift.
|Parent (L) and young gnatcatchers, desert birds affected by drought.|
· ensure that PRBO continues understanding ocean and climate change through studies of seabirds, ecosystem indicators.
· enable PRBO to train U.S. and international interns, documenting trends for birds across borders.
· support PRBO studies detecting climate's effects in natural systems. Birds are rapid responders to environmental change.
|Touching the plumage of a barn owl specimen on a field trip to PRBO.|
· will educate citizens of all ages—and invest in the health of ecosystems they inherit.
Please contact Nancy Gamble, Director of Individual Giving at 707-781-2554 or email@example.com. Thank you!