Stonechat, Jon Hawkins
After taking care of loved ones, take a moment to remember your local Wildlife Trust in your Will.
After taking care of family and friends, you’ll be amazed at what one final gift, no matter how big or small, can do.
It’s a little known fact that gifts in Wills help us to do some of our most vital and far-reaching work to protect wildlife. Whether it's buying land to manage as a haven for wildlife, funding education centres to help children learn about the amazing wildlife near them or restoring whole landscapes for wildlife, gifts in wills are a powerful way to make a difference.
We are taking part in Remember A Charity in your Will Week 2013 to help raise awareness of the importance of gifts left in Wills. Watch the Remember A Charity video here:
We’re extremely grateful for any gift that’s been left to us, of any size, as it will help us to protect wildlife and our natural world.
We know you may not wish to update your Will right now. Instead, we only ask that you consider remembering the Wildlife Trust of your choice in your Will.
If you are ready to write or update your Will, Remember A Charity has teamed up with The Co-operative Legal Services who can give you free advice and support. Just call 0844 252 9965 and quote RACWILLS01. Or visit rememberacharity.org.uk to find your nearest solicitor or Will writer.
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Thank you for considering helping wildlife in your Will.