There are many ways you can get involved to help support TLC’s mission!
Your contribution helps us to conserve critical natural resources and open space, preserve history, blaze trails, maintain our nature preserves for the public, host educational programs, and improve the quality of life of the Greater Southern Chester County area.
Thank you for being part of the TLC community!
Someone's birthday coming up? Can't think of an anniversary gift? Give them the gift of membership!
Click here to learn more about the different types and benefits of becoming a member today!
Our mission is to ensure the perpetual preservation and stewardship of open space, natural resources, historic sites, and working agricultural lands throughout Southern Chester County.
We depend on the generosity of donors like you to fulfill our mission.
Click here to make a general donation!
Help us to increase biodiversity, expand our educational programs, or encourage local bird habitat!
Gifts of conservation can fund:
native tree planting
grass and wildflower plugs
hip waders & fishing line disposal tubes
hunting bows, packs, and jackets for youth
Click here to donate to conservation!
Do you have appreciated stock to donate to TLC?
If so, please call (610) 347-0347 x 101 BEFORE your broker makes the transfer so we can thank you! Or please email at Jennifer Kriesel for our account number and routing information. Thank you!
NOTE: Our DTC# is 8862, account 75302353, Trey Jones at 302-571-5131 is our Broker contact at Merrill Lynch. Call us first or we will not know of your donation.
FUNDS FOR FARMS
Other donation opportunities
Help the Land Conservancy for Southern Chester County (TLC) conserve local farmland, ensuring that the lands remain in active agriculture in perpetuity and eliminating the possibility of future development. We advocate for agricultural lands, such as the Crebilly Farm, as they are culturally and environmentally important!
BUCKTOE CEMETERY LIVING HISTORY CLASSROOM
Help TLC maintain and continue outdoor and historical education via the Bucktoe Cemetery Living History Classroom. Archaeological work to find the church foundation and kitchen is underway and archaeological workshops are held as funding permits. Your support helps maintain the property and keep the Cemetery open in honor of those buried on the site, which includes approximately nine Colored Troops veterans from the Civil War.