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

AUG 2020

In this issue of our Planned Giving newsletter, we celebrate the life and legacy of John Graves and offer ideas on how your passion for conserving the wild things and wild places of Texas can continue even after your lifetime.

And, I hope you enjoy learning about how one donor's experiences and passion for our Texas State Parks has influenced her to make longer term plans to ensure the parks she loves are protected for future generations

Thank you for your continued support,

Susan Houston
Executive Director
Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation

Lucy Weber
Lucy Weber - Ensuring the Future of Our Parks

Lucy Weber loves spending time in Texas State Parks. Now that she has retired, she has more time for park visits and is on a personal mission to visit every state park in Texas. 

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The Benefits of Giving Stock
John Graves - Celebrating a Legacy

Today we celebrate the 100th Birthday of John Graves. As a beloved Texas writer, John shared his own love of Texas’ wild things and wild places with thousands of readers and gave voice to the urgent need to protect Texas’ unique landscape.

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4 Benefits of Giving the Gift of Life Insurance
Support Your Texas Conservation Passions Well Into the Future

Everyone has something that they are passionate about. You may be passionate about a place that holds an important spot in your heart or a cause that is near and dear to you.

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Fund at TPWF
John Graves
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Merrill Chester Gregg
Associate Director

The Ripple Effect of Our Shared Conservation Efforts

Just as a single stone creates an ever-extending ripple, the commitment of our donors and the incredible expertise of our many partners have combined with our efforts to create an everlasting effect on the wild things and wild places of Texas.

As the ripple effect of our work touches future generations, so too does it extend to all that we hold dear: our native wildlife, our iconic landscapes, and the waters that bring it all to life.

TPWF’s 2019 annual report celebrates the ripple effect that amplifies our shared conservation efforts, and we invite you to read more about what we have accomplished together. 

2019 Annual Report
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