The Legacy Circle
The Legacy Circle is a dedicated community of givers who are making an open, healthy, working, and beautiful Maine coast part of their legacy.
By making a planned gift to Maine Coast Heritage Trust, you’ll ensure that our work will continue well into future, bringing the benefits of conservation to every coastal community in Maine for generations to come.
Ways to make a planned gift to Maine Coast Heritage Trust
A bequest gift
A bequest is the most common way to make a planned gift. You can donate a specific amount or a percentage of your estate or make a donation of land or personal property to MCHT. Learn more about making a bequest gift.
Make MCHT a beneficiary
You can make MCHT the beneficiary of an insurance policy and/or retirement fund. Learn more about making MCHT a beneficiary.
Life income gift
Through annuities and trusts you can receive income for life—while creating a legacy that will reverberate in MCHT’s work to protect the Maine coast for generations to come. Learn more about life income gift options.
Get in touch
David Warren, MCHT’s Planned Giving & Major Gifts Officer, looks forward to hearing from you if you any questions about planned giving or if you have already established a planned gift for MCHT.
Send David an email or give him a call at 207-522-9228.
Have more questions about giving to Maine Coast Heritage Trust? Visit the Giving FAQ.
Bill and Keefer Irwin of Steuben, ME, reflect on their connection to Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s Long Point Preserve in Machiasport.
Long Point was conserved in 2013 and is now open to the public—forever.
"We are so fortunate, in these times of uncertainty, to still find a place that offers healing and solace. This special place was in existence thousands upon thousands of years ago, another culture lived their lives here, existing on the land - their signs still in place to tell their stories…. This is where we find ourselves today with magic all around us.
"This place would not be, if not for MCHT. We not only appreciate the importance of MCHT’s work, but we are honored to be part of The Legacy Circle.”