Through your estate plan, you can pass on your cherished values and share the wonder of nature with generations to come. Once you have taken care of those close to you, you can remember WWF International in whatever way suits you best. You may decide to leave a percentage of your estate, a specific amount of money or even items of value.
Whatever gift you decide to make, you can be sure that your generosity will be greatly appreciated, and every legacy makes a difference. It could i) support our global business functions to maximize the impact of WWF, ii) support a local project, or iii) protect a rare species.
Any gift is of huge value to WWF, and will be deployed in the areas, and at the times it is needed most.
How to include WWF International in your Will
Because the term ‘WWF’ is open to interpretation, please make sure that you include your first name, last name, date of birth and address, as well as the name and address of WWF International.
Suggested Bequest Language:
“I (full name) give ............. (residue, percentage, or a specific amount) to World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF International), having its principle office at Rue Mauverney 28, 1196 Gland, Switzerland, for its general purposes to protect nature."
As an important flexible income stream, a gift in your Will to WWF will enable us to continue the important work we do. We will use your gift with the greatest care. We know that you want your gift to make a difference and with WWF it will. We will respect your privacy - we would love to know if you have decided to remember WWF in your Will, and will keep any details you share with us confidential.
Contact WWF International
Please feel free to contact us:
Rebecca Hevia, Planned Giving Lead
+41 22 364 9296