Businesses and corporations can be some of our strongest allies in preserving thriving, nature-rich communities in Minnesota’s lakes region. Our corporate partnerships program offers creative ways for companies to declare their commitment to conservation. When you do, you become part of a well-respected land trust with a bold new conservation vision — a vision that works to protect lands and connect neighbors and communities now and for future generations.

Steward: $1,000-$4,999

  • Listing in annual printed mailer
  • Web link from NorthernWatersLandTrust.org
  • Quarterly updates from our Executive Director

Leader: $5,000-$9,999

  • Listing in annual printed mailer
  • Web link and logo placement on NorthernWatersLandTrust.org
  • Quarterly updates from our Executive Director
  • Mention in NWLT social media posting

Sustainer: $10,000- $24,999

  • Listing in annual printed mailer
  • Web link and logo placement on NorthernWatersLandTrust.org
  • Quarterly updates from our Executive Director
  • Mention in NWLT social media posting
  • 4 complimentary tickets to our annual event

Innovator: $25,000 and Above

  • Listing in annual printed mailer
  • Web link and logo placement on NorthernWatersLandTrust.org
  • Quarterly updates from our Executive Director
  • Mention in NWLT social media posting
  • 4 complimentary tickets to our annual event

 

This donation information has been provided for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for legal, tax, or financial planning advice. With all gifts, we advise that you consult your tax advisor or financial professional about how tax benefits may apply to your specific situation. Donations of money and land to the Northern Waters Land Trust, a 501(c)(3) charity, are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. Fed Tax ID #41-1887906

 

Donations on behalf of the Northern Waters Land Trust may also be made directly to the Initiative Foundation to help grow these funds:

  • Stewardship Fund
    This fund was established to support expenses directly associated with the on-going monitoring, maintenance and administration of conservation easements held and owned by NWLT.
  • Legal Defense Fund
    This fund’s purpose is to specifically defend the integrity of the conservation value. This may include expenses associated with correcting or litigating violations in the terms of a conservation easement o r fee-owned land management plans, as well as instances of encroachment trespass, breach of contract or any other legal expense directly related to conserved lands.
  • Endowment Fund
    This endowed invested fund’s purpose is to support the mission of the organization and was established in memory of Isobel Brown, a long-time conservation supporter and NWLT board member.
    launched our Conservation Fund.

Contact IF Community Philanthropy Manager Kate Bjorge to learn how you can support these funds.