Leave a Legacy

If naturalists go to heaven (about which there is considerable ecclesiastical doubt), I hope I will be furnished with a troop of  kakapo to amuse me in the evening instead of television.

Our founder, Gerald Durrell

Now that Gerald has left us, it’s nice to imagine him enjoying his troop of kakapo  wherever he is.  But it’s even nicer to see how his life’s work lives on.  Have you ever thought about the legacy you’ll leave after you’re gone?   Even a small share of your estate can make a huge difference for the last few survivors of an endangered species.

By naming Wildlife Preservation Canada as a beneficiary in your will, you can help save endangered wildlife for future generations.  A bequest may also offer significant tax savings for your estate.  We place bequests of $10,000 or more in a special reserve fund to be used over multiple years.  

It’s easy to include Wildlife Preservation Canada as a beneficiary in your will.  You can leave either a fixed dollar amount or a share of the estate.  It is also possible to give property, the proceeds of your RRSP or RRIF, or an insurance policy.

Our legal name is Wildlife Preservation Canada
Our Charitable Registration Number is 8917 10535 RR0001
Our address is shown below.
For more information, consult your financial planner or contact us.