There is no better way of continuing your lifetime commitment to protecting animals than remembering them in your Will.
Why remember animals in your Will?
A gift to World Animal Protection in your Will – whether large or small – would make an amazing difference to animals. These types of gift have helped achieve some of our biggest successes:
Ending the horrific culture of bear dancing in Greece, Turkey and India
Vaccinating tens of thousands of dogs against the killer disease rabies and the cruel culls carried out in its name
Feeding and giving medical care to hundreds of thousands of animals trapped in natural disasters each year
As long as animals suffer we must do all we can to protect them, now and in the future.
A legacy for animals
When making a Will your thoughts will no doubt first turn to your loved ones. But we hope you will also think about your love of animals. There really is no better way of continuing your lifetime commitment to protecting animals in the years ahead, than remembering them in your Will.
A gift in your Will could enable us to help even more vulnerable animals. You could help us rescue animals from appalling mistreatment and horrific neglect. Above all, you will be helping us commit to future projects and long-term campaigns – not stopping until animal cruelty and suffering ends forever.
To find out more about leaving a gift in your Will to World Animal Protection
Derek and Linda Simonds are among three thousand UK supporters who have decided that they would like to continue their support of World Animal Protection long into the future.
“Hopefully, it will be a while before World Animal Protection benefits from our legacy. But the important thing is to put it in place early. If enough people do this now, the future of an excellent organisation is assured.”
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