Be a Part of Local Conservation

Inland Northwest Land Conservancy relies on the generosity of our members. Become a member by clicking the link below to make a gift today.

Get Involved

Checks can be mailed to 35 W Main, Suite 210, Spokane, WA 99201

Contact Carol at [email protected] with questions.

Wes Hanson

Profiles in Giving

Wes Hanson

A wonderful way to support Inland Northwest Land Conservancy is to donate all or part of your retirement account’s “required minimum distribution” (RMD) to the Conservancy. Most IRAs call for RMDs when the owner turns 70½.  This amount is typically taxed unless it is given to one or more qualified charities. The contribution needn’t be large for INLC to benefit. Truly, any amount is appreciated. 

Wes Hanson has donated part of his RMD to the Conservancy for the past two years. Wes explains, “Doing this helps fund the Conservancy’s essential work and reduces my taxable income. Both the Conservancy and I benefit greatly from this donation.”  

To contribute in this way, just let your retirement plan account holder know that you want to donate to Inland Northwest Land Conservancy, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in the State of Washington in 1991 and registered as a nonprofit charitable organization in Washington and Idaho.

 

Legal Business Name:
Inland Northwest Land Trust
dba Inland NW Land Conservancy

Current Address:
35 West Main Avenue, Suite 210
Spokane, WA  99201

Tax ID No:
91-1510539

Our Mission & Vision

The Future of the Inland Northwest

We envision a future of interconnected natural habitats throughout the Inland  Northwest, supporting thriving populations of native plants and wildlife,  enjoyed and respected by the people who also call this region home.

A Legacy Investment

For the Future of Our Community

As you make your estate plan, consider giving a legacy gift that will help to build community wellness and keep the Inland Northwest the beautiful place that it is today. Learn more about planned giving through Inland Northwest Land Conservancy here.