Every little bit helps us maintain this historic landmark. All donations are tax-deductible.

Maximize your charitable deduction and see your funds at work immediately.

You have the option to:

  • Specify the exact amount you would like to give.
  • Set up a recurring donation.
  • Designate your donation to a specific program or use.
  • Dedicate your gift in the honor of or in the memory of someone special.
  • Increase the value of your gift if your company has a matching gifts program.


The work of maintaining the Lighthouse continues with the help of volunteers and active members.

There are many ways you can lend your time to help. You might even have specialized skills that you feel could benefit the Lighthouse. Please let us know!

On weekends during the summer, the Conservancy relies on volunteer docents (tour guides) to offer public tours of the lighthouse. There are also opportunities to get involved with trail maintenance projects. If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the Volunteer Form and mail it to the Lighthouse.

Planned Giving

Discover other ways you can support the Saugerties Lighthouse Conservancy.

For assistance with planned giving to benefit the Lighthouse, please give us a call.

Create a legacy that reflects your values by making a bequest in your will. Support the Conservancy and retain control of your assets during your lifetime. Please call the Lighthouse if you need assistance.

Donating appreciated stocks, bonds or mutual funds is quick and simple and may provide you with significant tax benefits.

Life Insurance Gifts
Name the Conservancy as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy and save on estate taxes. These gifts may also be given outright.

Wish List

The Lighthouse maintains a current list of specific projects and urgent needs.

A few of our current needs are listed below. Please call the Lighthouse to learn more about specified donations.

  • Native tree and shrub planting
  • Gravel for resurfacing parking lot
  • Historic artifacts or images related to the Saugerties waterfront