FLF stands firm for you and your family. We invite you to become a champion of the Foundation of Your Forest, a deeply rooted, powerful force for sustainable forests and forest owners.
Prefer to mail in your donation? Fill out this form and mail to:
Forest Landowners Foundation
P.O. Box 117510
Atlanta, GA 30368-7510
Why Do You Donate
Joe Hopkins, 4th Generation Georgia Landowner
“No other organization has the central purpose to sustain the forest landowner, not just the forest. By supporting the Forest Landowners Foundation, I’m supporting the future of my forest, the future of forestry, and the future of my family.”
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Step forward and become a champion
Wayne Alexander, 1st Generation Texas Forest Landowner
“As a champion of the foundation not only are you supporting the mission that enables you to prosper from your forestlands, but you are also supporting Landowner Learning Webinars, Forestry Cost and Trends research and the Forest Carbon University to grow your knowledge and to connect with forest experts.”
Giving students real-life experience in Congress and in the woods
Red Baker, University of Florida School of Forest Resources and Conservation
“I want to applaud the Forest Landowners Foundation for funding and creating the Forest Policy Institute. We can teach students in class, but much like forestry, you don’t really understand and learn until you get in there and participate in the sausage being made. This is an opportunity for our students to get a jump on their education and the Foundation is making it happen.”
Shaping the Next Generation
The Foundation supports future forestry leaders through scholarships, research opportunities, and events to learn about forest policy, interagency cooperation, and issues affecting the nation’s private forest landowners.
Did you Know?
Due to tax law changes and increases in the Standard Deduction, many people no longer receive tax benefits when making charitable contributions. For those over the age of 70 and a half, an often overlooked option is to make donations directly from an IRA to the Forest Landowners Foundation, without having to claim the distribution as income. Not claiming this income is equivalent to receiving a charitable deduction. It’s called the Qualified Charitable Deduction (QCD). Properly structuring QCDs can save close to $10,000 in taxes for married filing jointly taxpayers in the highest tax brackets. As always, consult your tax advisor concerning this valuable option.