Leave a Gift in your Will

Leave a Gift in your Will

Matthew Roberts

Make a difference

Leaving a gift in your Will to Radnorshire Wildlife Trust will really help us carry on protecting wildlife for all to enjoy in the future.

We are an independant charity and have to find our own funding.  We don't get given money by the government or any other body.  We have to apply for grants along with all the other charities.  So being left a gift in a Will is really important to us.  Our very survival depends on it.

Joan Payne

In Loving Memory of Joan Payne

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Joan Payne, a pillar of Radnorshire Wildlife Trust over many years. A Just Giving page has been set up by the family for donations to Radnorshire Wildlife Trust in Joan’s memory.  Here is the link: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/joanpaynerwt

Two robins singing

Jon Hawkins - Surrey Hills Photography

Making a Will for wildlife

You don’t have to be wealthy to leave a gift. We appreciate every single gift however big or small.

Making a Will is the only way to make sure your wishes are carried out after your death. Naturally, when thinking about your Will, you’ll want to make sure your loved ones come first. Then you may want to think about leaving a proportion to those charities close to your heart. We recommend you get advice about your Will from a professional Will writer such as a solicitor.

What a legacy could help us do

✓ Continue supporting the recovery of some of our rarest species.

✓ Care for our nature reserves and help others manage their land in a wildlife friendly way.

✓ Inspire young people about the natural world through our education activities.

✓ Stand up for wildlife across planning and policy so that nature is not taken for granted.

✓ Support our work across the county to create a Living Landscape.

Sir David Attenborough

Tom Marshall

Sir David Attenborough

"Anyone who cares about wildlife has a marvellous opportunity to do something quite unique, by remembering their local Wildlife Trust in their will.

This generous act is one of the most important things you can do to make sure the species and habitats we love will be there for future generations to enjoy."