By leaving a gift in your will to Somerset Wildlife Trust, you can leave a different kind of inheritance to your loved ones - an inheritance that chirps and tweets, rustles and slithers, splashes and squeaks. You can leave a living inheritance.
A gift to the Trust is a gift to nature, and will help to sustain Somerset’s glorious natural environment for future generations. Your legacy could be used to help us manage and improve our 72 nature reserves, to fund education projects for children and volunteers, or to campaign against major threats to endangered species.
The Trust can promise that all legacy income is spent supporting conservation work in Somerset. This means that every gift - whether large or small - makes a real and lasting difference to the future of wildlife in the county.
If you are thinking about making a will, the best thing to do is to get in touch with a professional will writer, such as a solicitor or advocate; they can help to ensure it is legally correct and that your wishes are met. If you have already made a will, you can still make an addition or amendment in the form of a codicil. Whatever you decide, please provide our name and address, along with our registered charity number 238372, in order to pledge a gift to us.
Please get in touch with us if you have any queries. You can call Sharon Barry on 01823 652441 or email .
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