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Lead the way with a gift in your will

To fulfil our duty to our world and future generations, we need to leave a safe and thriving planet for them to call home. It will take decades and it will rely on people like you to lead the way.

An adult Atlantic puffin (Fratercula arctica) among the rich coastal colours of purple thrift and yellow lichens, Shetland Islands, Scotland, UK

How gifts in wills help

Gifts in Wills make up around 20% of WWF-UK’s income, a vital contribution, so thank you for considering leaving a Gift in your Will.  Taking this incredible step is a wonderful commitment to our world – you’ll be leading the way for future generations, and helping them inherit a thriving planet to call home.

Our vision is that by 2030 the natural world’s vital signs will be improving and we’ll have halted the loss of nature. But threats to our world won’t disappear overnight.  In the decades that follow, we must be prepared to take on new challenges and find new ways to support our world. Thanks to your kind decision, we’ll be in a position to do that.

With one single action, you’ll make it possible for thousands of people to work together globally to protect and restore our natural world, bringing endangered wildlife back from the brink of extinction, pressing governments to keep their climate change promises, and create a sustainable food system.

Make or amend your Will for free

Having your Will made or amended by a qualified solicitor is the best way to make sure your wishes are understood and carried out. WWF’s membership to special Will-writing schemes could help you to make or amend a simple Will online, over the phone, or face to face with a local solicitor for free.

“Completing my Will gave me immense peace of mind and I felt very empowered.  I had an excellent solicitor who split the process into logical sections and anticipated my questions before I needed to ask them.” 

Anthony, fellow WWF supporter.

“WWF understand the delicate balance between wildlife, the environment and local communities, and their focus remains on helping people live in harmony with nature. It’s why I think they’re an important organisation for each and every one of us, and that’s why I’ve left them a gift in my Will.”

Valerie, WWF supporter


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