What do estate planning and youth education have in common? In this case, CWC’s Watershed Ranger program has been highlighted by Scharf Investments in a recent client newsletter, which also offers some estate planning input. As a reminder for the next time you’re working on your finances, financial support of CWC’s work can come in many forms, from securities, cash, or a planned gift. And a planned gift or legacy gift can also take many forms, from simply adding CWC as a beneficiary to your 401(k), 403(b), IRA or another qualified retirement plan, to setting up a bequest by will, charitable gift annuity, charitable remainder trust or other mechanism.
Check out the pointers here in Scharf Investments’ newsletter (and note their showcasing of our Watershed Rangers program), then call or email CWC Executive Director Greg Pepping at (831) 226-zero two zero four to take the next step. Threats to rivers will remain in the future and with your help, CWC will be here to meet those threats, connecting youth and families to nature, protecting river water quality and habitat and advocating for healthy rivers for decades to come.