Utah Open Lands runs entirely on donations.
Your gift matters. It keeps us going.
By donating you become a member. By being a member you are part of a large group of world citizens who know our land saving mission means a lot. Our efforts and protection of open space impacts visitors to our beautiful state, Utahans, our local economy, our health and will be critical to our children for generations to come.
There are many ways to financially
support the work of Utah Open Lands.
How do you want to contribute to land preservation in Utah?
Utah Open Lands is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization,
making your donations fully tax-deductible.
Our fein is 87-0480542 for your tax purposes.
The Gift of Land
Follow this link to get as much information as you'll need to understand Utah Open Lands process for assisting you in your private property right to preserve your property.
Give in the name of another.
Donating is a perfect gift for the eco-friendly land trust advocate in your life. Contribute in honor of a designated friend or loved one.
The work of saving the land you love is ongoing, and ever-present.
If we are currently campaigning for a Land Project you can learn more by visiting our website homepage.
Donor-Advised Fund (DAF)
Donor-advised funds are the fastest-growing charitable giving vehicle in the United States because they are one of the easiest and most tax-advantageous ways to give to charity.
Leave a Land Legacy, by donating an important gift to preserve and protect nature through your estate planning.
We've Partnered with Cars for Charity; who will provide you with a donation receipt. Towing and transportation is fast, free & easy.
With every conservation easement, Utah Open Lands accepts the responsibility to monitor and enforce that easement forever. The perpetual costs associated with monitoring each easement are a significant and necessary liability for Utah Open Lands, necessary because this is how land is preserved in perpetuity. Consequently, the liability is not only expected but the associated financial responsibilities are taken very seriously.