A Planned Giving Newsletter from Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation

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Leaving a Wild Legacy

A Planned Giving Newsletter from Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation

FEB 2020

In this issue of our Planned Giving newsletter, find out how your New Year’s resolutions can help you, your family, and the wild things and wild places of Texas through Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation.

And, I hope you enjoy learning about how one donor's experiences and passion for the outdoors have influenced her decision to include TPWF in her estate plan to ensure Texas' natural resources remain for future generations. 

Thank you for your continued support, now and for future generations, Signature
Susan Houston
Executive Director
Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation

Margaret Martin
Margaret Martin - Planning for the Future

Margaret Martin grew up on a South Texas Ranch near Laredo where her experiences connected her to nature in a way that inspired her lifelong commitment to conservation. Always active in her community, Margaret is a strong believer in the importance of citizen involvement, law enforcement, and collaborating among diverse organizations to benefit all. 

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The Benefits of Giving Stock
Resolve to Update Your Will This Year

It’s never too late to make a New Year’s Resolution to protect your assets and your family for the future. If your will has been sitting in a safe deposit box for more than a few years, it’s time to pull it out, dust it off, and see if anything needs to be updated.

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4 Benefits of Giving the Gift of Life Insurance
And if you Don't Have a Will? Plan Your Estate in 60 Minutes

Have you put off creating your will because it seems too overwhelming? It may be easier and less time-consuming than you think. Make a resolution to spend just one hour with an estate planning attorney and you can be well on your way to having a legally sound will.

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Wills and
Living Trusts
Beneficiary Designations
IRA Charitable Rollover
Gifts Of
Real Estate
Establish a
Fund at TPWF
John Graves
Legacy Society
Personal Estate
Planning Tools
Start a Conversation
Susan Walters
Director of Stewardship

Support Palo Pinto Mountains State Park Today!

Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation has launched a $9 million fundraising effort to amplify $12.5 million in state funds to open the first new state park in North Texas in 20 years. Palo Pinto Mountains State Park will come to life thanks to a partnership between public funding and a dedicated private fundraising campaign. This public-private partnership will have a transformative impact that will touch generations of Texans. Located on 4,421 acres of scenic, undeveloped land 75 miles west of Fort Worth and 75 miles east of Abilene, this new park will help millions of Texans enjoy, explore, and be inspired by our state’s incredible wild things and wild places, now and for generations to come

Donate today to help ensure that Palo Pinto Mountains State Park becomes a first-class outdoor recreation destination for all Texans to enjoy. 

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