When you make a donation in your Will, you are providing our wildlife a voice for the future. You are giving WWF the power to always be there, speaking up for nature and ensuring its security, now and for generations to come.
The Power of your Bequest
For over 50 years, the donations people have left to WWF in their Wills have awakened the environmental conscience of the world, and changed the way the Earth – its outstanding places and most treasured wildlife – is cared for.
Your Bequest could help halt the destruction of Borneo’s forests and protect the only place on Earth where orang-utans, pygmy elephants, rhinos and clouded leopards share the forest.
Today, there are as few as 3,200 tigers left in the wild. Your Bequest could help WWF achieve our ambitious global plan to double wild tiger numbers by 2022.
WWF is committed to Australia’s proposed national system of marine parks. Your Bequest could make them a reality, providing crucial protection for Australia’s ocean wildlife.
WWF continues to champion the southwest corner of Australia, home to thousands of species found nowhere else in the world. Your Bequest could restore and protect its precious flora and fauna.
How to begin
It’s a simple process to leave a donation in your Will to your favourite charities after your loved ones have been provided for. Our booklet about leaving a donation in your Will can help you.
If you would like us to post you a copy of our booklet please contact Christine Robinson or Leigh Wigley in our Philanthropy Team. You can reach Christine on 02 8228 6822 or Leigh on 02 8228 6846 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Will making service
WWF is a member of Charity Wills, an online legal Will making service which is free of charge for those wishing to include WWF in their Will. Visit WWF’s Member Charity page at Charity Wills.
Charity Wills can also help you find a solicitor if you need one.
Already left a donation in your Will?
Please let us know if you have made a decision to leave a donation in your Will to WWF. Our Philanthropy Team are there to connect you to WWF, and can keep you up to date with conservation issues that may be of concern to you.
You can reach Christine on 02 8228 6822 or Leigh on 02 8228 6846 or email email@example.com
I love all of nature, and am glad to be part of the process of preserving our natural environment, and of keeping our world safe for the animals. Although I can’t give a great deal on a regular basis, by leaving WWF a legacy, I know I can have an impact far beyond anything I have been able to do during the course of my life.
Over 30 years ago, I started supporting WWF to aid them to police, protect and safeguard all animal life, their habitats, food and shelter sources.
When I am gone, my Bequest will continue to support WWF’s important pursuit, and my passion for all animal life.
We have long held a deep love and concern for the preservation of endangered species. Leaving a Bequest is the best way that we can give something back to the world that has given us so much pleasure and so many wonderful experiences.