Request Information on Gifts in Wills
why leave a legacy gift to ifaw?
Here at IFAW we understand that writing your Will is an important thing to do in order to ensure your loved ones and the causes close to you are remembered. If you are thinking about leaving a gift in your Will to IFAW, you will continue to partner with us and others on current and future projects rescuing and protecting more animals around the world. Types of gifts include:
a percentage of your estate
Also known as a Residuary Gift and is very popular. The amount is worked out after all bills and taxes have been paid. Even leaving just 1% in your will to IFAW will have a huge impact on the work we do in the future.
a cash gift
Also known as a Pecuniary Gift, it is a set sum of money in your will, and no matter how big or small the amount, it will make a remarkable gift.
a specific gift
You may have an item of value that you wish to leave as a gift in your will. This can be anything from jewellery, to a car, to stocks and shares you might own. Whatever you choose to leave, we will do our best to maximize the value of that gift so that it will make the biggest impact in your memory.
our free will service
We have teamed up with the National Free Wills Network to provide you with a simple Will writing service that enables you to get a basic Will written or updated for free.
Although we hope you will choose to leave a gift in your Will when using this service, you’re not obliged to do so – because leaving a gift in your Will is simply another way you can support IFAW and the animals you care about. No matter how big or small your gift, you will be a part of our future, helping animals and people to thrive together all around the world for many years to come.
Request to use our Free Will Service today, and you’ll receive a pack which includes:
- a step-by-step guide
- a list of your nearest solicitors to choose from
- Your confidential declaration form to claim your free Will with your solicitor
we are here to help. get in touch.
if you are a supporter and would like more information on leaving a gift in your Will, please contact:
If you would like to hear more about our work or have any questions, please contact:
Donor Relations Team
020 7587 6700
Handy information for Executors and Solicitors
If you are administering an estate, we can post a helpful guide to you. If you are an executor or a solicitor, please contact:
020 7586 6736
020 7587 6761