Make a Difference
There are many ways to help the Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation in its quest to educate the next generation.
Your monetary gift is always welcome. The Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation offering beneficial tax advantages to donors.
So your gift can help the foundation achieve its goals of conservation and education while providing potential tax benefits to you.
Land and Other Assets: The Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation welcomes the donation of land and other real assets.(Please consult your tax Professional for advice on valuation and deductibility.)
Planned Giving: Your planned or future gift integrates your generosity with your overall financial, tax, and estate planning goals to maximize benefits to both you and the Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation, helping to ensure that the foundation’s mission is fulfilled for years to come.
Ways To Give...
When considering a Planned Gift through your Estate, it is recommended that you consult with your tax and legal advisor prior to making a planned gift to aid in determining:
Your professional advisor can put together all the necessary financial and tax related paperwork to set up your personal gift.
Partnership Initiative Program
The Partnership Initiative Program is a 3 year collaboration between OTF and a charitable organization, foundation, etc. A donation will be made to OTF over a span of 3 years and will be used for a specific unit of our curriculum and equipment of the organizations choice. This allows us to provide financial aide to schools interested in purchasing that curriculum for their Outdoor Adventure class.
The Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation is a qualified 501 (c)(3) charitable organization under IRS regulations and does not provide legal, tax, accounting or financial advice or services. All non-monetary gifts must be approved by the OTF Board of Trustees. The Board has ultimate responsibility of acknowledging all gifts made to the Foundation. The Board is also responsible for compliance with the current IRS requirements in acknowledgment of such gifts. IRS Publication 561 covers determining the value of donated property and IRS Publication 526 covers charitable contributions. These techniques and strategies are the OTFs understanding of legal and tax related issues but is not a recommendation of this or other planned giving strategies. Please consult your own legal and tax advisors for their guidance regarding planned giving strategies to your specific personal specific circumstance.