Wondering how you can protect freshwater wildlife for future generations? Pass on something wonderful by leaving a gift in your will.
At Freshwater Habitats Trust, we rely on the generosity of people like you to continue our work protecting freshwater wildlife and habitats for everyone to enjoy. Here’s a message from our Director, Dr Jeremy Biggs, about how we can do that.
Making a real difference
Leaving a gift, of any size, to a charity in your will is an excellent way to help ensure the good work you support can continue to grow and thrive.
Pass on something wonderful
We know the single most important thing we can do for freshwater wildlife is prevent habitats from becoming polluted – once a pond, river or stream is polluted, it can never reach its full potential.
The best thing we can do is make sure that out in the countryside, in our towns and gardens, there is plenty of clean, unpolluted water. But to achieve this, what do we need to do? Firstly, we need to make sure habitats that are already in good condition don’t get any worse. Secondly, we must put back clean water into the landscape.
You can pass on something wonderful by helping us – together we can protect freshwater wildlife.
Getting help with your will
If you wish to leave a gift to Freshwater Habitats Trust in your will and need some help getting started, our associates at Remember a Charity have some excellent tools that are easy to use. You can find your closest will advisory service here.
Many families decide to honour loved ones by suggesting donations are given instead of flowers, or by holding a special event in memory. If you would like to make a gift in this way and need to discuss the best way to continue, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Get in touch
Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01865 595505 to discuss your options and share your story. If you decide to leave Freshwater Habitats Trust a gift in your will we would love to hear about it.
All gifts are dealt with the care and respect they deserve. Thank you.