Environmental Group Seeks Donations of Surplus Real Estate, Brownfield Areas, Suspected Polluted Lands and Property

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IRS 501(c)3 tax-exempt educational and scientific organization is soliciting for donations of real estate in furthering its charitable environmental research purposes.

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) January 20, 2005

Earth Preservation Funds, Inc., incorporated in 1993, is seeking to acquire donations of sensitive, seized, surplus, blighted, condemned, unwanted land and real estate including those bearing habitable or uninhabitable homes, buildings or abandoned businesses or industries.

Such properties may be refurbished, remediated, utilized directly to advance our research and educational goals or conserved for the benefit of wildlife or future generations. Such properties could bear encumbrances or deed restrictions to limit future development, use or activities conducted on them. Property donated by businesses or individual owners is tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. Earth Preservation Funds, Inc. may offer a nominal bid to facilitate the transfer.

As an Internal Revenue Service recognized 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization your contributions, bequests, devises, transfers, or gifts are tax deductible per relevant code sections.

If you are in a position to dispose of real property in this manner, or if you know of anyone that is, please contact Earth Preservation Funds, Inc. to discuss the specifics. Please also feel free to forward this notice to any other potential concerns.

Your care and attention are appreciated.

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Terry L. Lambert MSE PE
Environmental Research Engineer
Earth Preservation Funds, Inc.
1103 Bay Club Cir
Tampa, FL 33607-1492

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