Our leadership annual giving donors are a network of friends, who support The Trustees mission to protect and share our special places across Massachusetts. In recognition of their generosity, The Trustees’ have established a number of Giving Societies. Giving society members are vitally important partners in ensuring The Trustees continue to grow and thrive. As a member of our giving societies, you continue the long tradition of philanthropy.
To thank you for your commitment to The Trustees’ vibrant mission and future, we are proud to offer our giving society members special opportunities to interact with our organizational leadership and expert staff; private reservation tours and unique experiences on our properties; invitations to events year-round; insider communications; and recognition in our annual report. Other benefits may be offered dependent on level of support.
Your philanthropy has never been more important. Our strength stems from your commitment. Thank you for your support.
Barbara J. Erickson
President & CEO
For more information on our giving societies and how you can expand your impact, please contact the Development Office at 978-921-1944 x8817 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
1891 Society ($1,000 – $2,499)
A growing group of friends whose shared commitment provides meaningful support for our properties and programs.
Charles Eliot Society ($2,500 - $4,999)
Members forge a powerful partnership with us, providing critical funds used to respond to emerging opportunities and pressing needs.
Commonwealth Society ($5,000 - $9,999)
This giving group deepens our ability to preserve and share our special places across Massachusetts.
Olmsted Society ($10,000 - $24,999)
Members provide influential philanthropic support that ensures The Trustees’ continued engagement with its communities.
President's Circle ($25,000 and above)
This most generous group of benefactors provides The Trustees with a lasting legacy of growth and strength.
Conservation Circle ($200, $300+)
A special giving group of young professionals and families focused on outdoor adventure and family fun events. Learn More >
Great Point Circle ($500 & $1,000)
A giving society that helps preserve 1,100 acres of the iconic Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge on Nantucket. Learn More >