In 1891, Charles Eliot founded The Trustees on the bold idea that preserving our natural and cultural landscapes plays a key role in protecting everyone's quality of life. His vision is just as relevant now as it was more than a century ago. The work The Trustees do today – the work we must do – will shape the Massachusetts landscape for generations to come. We need to inspire many more people to help – people like you.
When you support The Trustees at a leadership level, you’ll join a group of people who care about protecting the distinct character of our communities and who want to support The Trustees in a meaningful way. You’ll also enjoy exclusive benefits that give you a unique inside look at the work of The Trustees.
Charles Eliot Society
Great Point Circle
Semper Virens Society
This special group honors the vision and foresight of friends who have made a provision in their estate planning to benefit The Trustees.