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Make a Gift of Stock

Make a Gift of Stock or Other Assets

New Hampshire Audubon welcomes gifts of stock in support of our mission.

Here is the information you will need to facilitate a stock transfer to NH Audubon.

  • DTC # 2663 SEI Private Trust Co
  • Account Name: NH Audubon
  • Account # 8000006562

Please contact Maureen A. Kimball, CTFA, SVP, Senior Wealth Manager, Bar Harbor Bank, with any questions about these instructions. She can be reached via email: mkimball@barharbor.bank or direct line: (603) 856-5205.

Dedicate Retirement Assets

You can name NH Audubon as the beneficiary or contingent beneficiary on an IRA, 401(k), 403(b), or pension plan, a life insurance policy, or an insurance annuity.

This simple approach to planned giving may generate significant tax savings for your estate and heirs while supporting NH Audubon and our conservation work. You can also name NH Audubon as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy, with potential estate tax savings for heirs and support for NH Audubon.

Life-Income and other Gifts: For someone who would like to make a lasting gift to a nonprofit but needs income during his/her lifetime, planned giving alternatives such as Charitable Gift Annuities and Charitable Remainder Trusts may be appropriate. There are other tools for legacy gifts as well.

For legal purposes, NH Audubon’s corporate name is the Audubon Society of New Hampshire. NH Audubon is an IRS-approved 501(c) (3) charitable organization. Our federal ID is 02-6005322.

If you have any questions for NH Audubon, please contact Development Director Hope Jordan at (603) 224-9909 x 307.

If you would prefer to donate by phone or mail, please contact Hope Jordan, Director of Membership and Development, at hjordan@nhaudubon.org or by calling 603.224.9909 x 307.

Feel free to mail us at:
NH Audubon
Attn: Development
84 Silk Farm Road
Concord, NH 03301

Photo, top: Semipalmated Sandpipers in Hampton, by Pam Hunt.