Wildlife needs Willpower!
A gift in your Will can make all the difference to Devon’s threatened wildlife.
Can you imagine a Devon without wildlife? We can’t. It’s what makes where we live so special.
That’s why, with your support, Devon Wildlife Trust is working hard every day to keep Devon rich in nature for now and for the future.
Gifts in Wills provide vital funding for our work. Leaving a gift to Devon Wildlife Trust in your Will – however large or small – will help protect Devon’s wild beauty for generations to come.
See what your gift can do...
If you choose to remember the Wildlife Trust in your will, I can assure you that your gift will make a real and lasting contribution to saving the wildlife we all love
We're working for change - you can help us
Devon has a stunning natural environment, but the wildlife and wild places we love need our help. With your support, there will be many more, bigger and better connected areas where wildlife can flourish on a grand scale.
Rare species like the marsh fritillary butterfly would become common once again. Barn owls, otters and wildflowers will thrive. The persecution of iconic birds of prey and the needless killing of dolphins and whales will be a thing of the past. Children will play outside in vibrant wild spaces and people will be inspired to love and care for nature.
To see all the wonderful work for wildlife we've been able to achieve during 2016-17 see the latest issue of our magazine Your Support below.
Could your legacy be a Devon rich in wildlife?
You can make a difference today. After providing for your loved ones, please remember Devon Wildlife Trust in your Will and be confident that every penny you give will be spent protecting Devon’s wildlife.
How to get in touch
For more detailed information, or to discuss your gift in confidence, please ring 01392 279244 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Request a legacy information pack by contacting email@example.com
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The vital work we do for nature depends on the support of people who care about the future of Devon’s wildlife and wild places.