Gifts in wills
Your legacy could help create a wilder Britain for everyone
We understand that friends and family come first, but we know many people share our vision for bringing nature back to life, restoring natural living systems and showing that a different future is possible for people and nature. Once your loved ones have been taken care of please consider leaving something – it doesn’t matter how large or small – to support our work and help us ensure that future generations get the chance to experience all the wonder that thriving nature brings.
How it works
Leaving a gift in your Will can be far simpler than many people think. We can provide some support if you are thinking about including a gift and don’t know where to start, but we always recommend using a professional legal adviser, such as a solicitor, to write or make changes to your Will.
A gift for action now and for future generations
We use every gift with the greatest of care. Our vision is to see at least one million hectares in Britain supporting natural ecological processes for the benefit of people and nature. We’ve already begun to make this vision reality with pioneering work like the Summit to Sea project. There’s much more like this to come. We’re guided by our principle that the benefits of rewilding must be secured for the long term. The action we’re taking now will have an impact for generations to come. We know you want your legacy to make a lasting, positive difference, and with Rewilding Britain it will.
We have the greatest respect for your privacy – but if you do decide to let us know you have decided to remember Rewilding Britain in your Will it will ensure that we are aware of your wishes, can keep you informed of our work and most importantly it means we can say thank you.
Find out more
Remembering Rewilding Britain in your Will is a special way to help bring the land and seas of Britain back to their beautiful, flourishing best. If you’re considering leaving money to Rewilding Britain in your will and would like to let us know, please contact us on email@example.com