Somerset Wildlife Trust

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Give in your Will

Leaving a gift in your Will to benefit future generations shows much foresight and generosity of spirit. Your gift will have a lasting impact and ensure Somerset’s wildlife and wild places will continue to exist and inspire other wildlife enthusiasts. After taking care of your loved ones, by remembering Somerset Wildlife Trust in your Will you too could leave an amazing gift.

 

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Somerset Wildlife Trust is the county’s largest conservation charity and all the funding it receives is spent on rescuing and restoring Somerset’s wildlife and wild places. Since 1964 we have been working across the county to ensure it remains one of the most wildlife rich places to live, work and explore. During that time Bitterns have returned to boom on the Levels and the once extinct Large Blue Butterfly has been reintroduced – both are now thriving on Somerset Wildlife Trust nature reserves.

 

An amazing gift

Small or large, EVERY gift in every Will is valuable to us. Some are expressed as specific sums of money, or a percentage (even a 1% share) of residue. All are welcomed and will be used to support our conservation work in Somerset.

 

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As a tightly run organisation, with a dedicated team of staff and volunteers, we work hard to keep our general administration costs low. We depend on the generosity of our individual supporters, companies and grant giving bodies to fund our work, and gifts in Wills are vital to our ability to continue our work and to invest in new projects.

 

Recognising your generosity

Wills are private matters but if you let us know that you have remembered Somerset Wildlife Trust we would like to show our appreciation and thank you. Please contact Lucy Marsh, Legacies, Patrons and Events Manager, in strictest confidence.

 

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Contact Lucy Marsh

Our Legacies, Patrons and Events Manager, Lucy Marsh would be happy to help. Contact her on 01823 652441 lucy.marsh@somersetwildlife.org

 

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