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April 30, 2010. LCA Trust enters partnership with rec.fm. Read more . . .

April 21, 2010. LCA Trust Founder entered as candidate for Lionheart Award.

April 10, 2010.  LCA Trust enters Greatnonprofits.org’s GreenChoice Campaign.

July 17, 2009.  LCA Trust gets 501(c)(3) status from the Internal Revenue Service.

March 24, 2009. LCA Trust begins its Board-Building Campaign

March 24, 2009. The LCA Trust has proudly joined as an Orion Grassroots Network Member.
Orion Grassroots Network Member

January 22, 2009. The LCA Trust cause on FaceBook hit the century milestone.  The LCA Trust FaceBook Cause page now has over 100 members.  Only 999,900 to go before I sleep better at night.

January 20, 2009. LCA Trust sponsors Help-A-Reporter-Out.  In its continuing effort to raise awareness to its cause and to get the word out about the mission, LCA Trust sponsored the email-based HARO sending the message to more than 45,000 recipients.

January 19, 2009. The LCA Trust website is officially launched.  Moving away from its patchwork web presence on blogging platforms, thanks to the work of graphic artist Rob Levine of Levine Design, Deb Mackey of openECommunications and Margie Matteson of Marisa Design, we have officially launched our website.

December 3, 2008. Green Up, Inc. and the Land Conservation and Advocacy Trust, Inc. enter into a fiscal sponsorship arrangement.  While LCA Trust awaits word (any word . . .) from the IRS on its application for tax exempt status, tax deductible donations can be made and will be recorded through Green Up, Inc. a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.

November 16, 2008. Deb Mackey and Rob Levine appointed to the LCA Trust Advisory Council.

September 10, 2008. The LCA Trust filed for tax exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service.

September 5, 2008. Stephen E. Meltzer forms the Land Conservation and Advocacy Trust, Inc. and registers with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as a non-profit corporation.

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