Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) mother nurturing her baby, Zambia © Martin Harvey / WWF

Your Legacy

How would you like to be remembered?

No matter how large or small, when you make a donation in your Will, you are providing our wildlife with a voice for the future. Leaving a legacy of this kind is a way to ensure that your values of protecting wildlife and the environment carry on for future generations.

Why we need your help to save our natural world

For over 50 years WWF has been protecting the future of nature. From its origins in the concerns of a small group of committed naturalists, today WWF is supported by over five million people like you, and is active in more than 100 countries.

 

But WWF-Australia relies almost entirely on the generosity of people like you.

 

A donation through your Will shows your willingness to invest in our mission to create a world where humans live in harmony with nature.

 

We would be honoured if you chose to make the protection of wildlife and our natural world an integral part of your personal history.

Koala health check Otways Victoria © Doug Gimesy / WWF

Five easy steps to make a lasting impact

It’s simple to make a donation in your Will. You can leave a gift with nothing more than your signature. And you can still ensure your family and friends are provided for.

 

Click below to find out how

People like you

The men and women below have decided that one of the lasting legacies of their lives will be to preserve and sustain an Earth where all life can flourish. They wanted to share their stories with you. See what they have to say.

Why support in this way?

Not only can you help after your lifetime, but by including WWF-Australia in your will, there are added advantages to you now:

  • You can make a gift that costs you nothing now.
  • You can provide for your loved ones and causes you care about
  • You can change your beneficiaries at any time.
  • Large or small your donation will ensure your values live on.
  • Get in touch

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    Can we help?

    If you have any questions at all please contact Christine, Connie or Debra in our Philanthropy Team.

     

    Reach them directly on 02 8228 6822, free call 1800 032 551 or email legacy@wwf.org.au or fill out our form above

    Legacy Resources

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    Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) mother nurturing her baby, Zambia © Martin Harvey / WWF