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LEAVE A LEGACY
If you would like to talk about leaving a legacy to the Trust, please call Mark Barkaway on 01273 497520

early purple orchid / David Plummer

Do Something Amazing for Sussex: Leave a Gift in your Will

The Sussex Wildlife Trust is Sussex’s leading nature conservation charity and protecting our wildlife is at the heart of everything we do. Leaving a gift to us in your will is a wonderful way to make a lasting contribution to wildlife locally. These gifts, no matter how small, help us nurture and protect wild spaces in Sussex, so that local species can thrive for generations to come.

Anyone can leave a gift to the Sussex Wildlife Trust when making a Will. It’s one of the most valuable ways you can support the Trust, ensuring that we can:

  • Protect habitats you know and love, which may be threatened by development, neglect or poor management, for your grandchildren and their grandchildren to enjoy
  • Encourage local wildlife to flourish, including rare animal and plant species
  • Inspire children and adults to learn about and enjoy wildlife in Sussex

Writing a will is your best ever opportunity to provide for the causes you care about. If you would like to discuss the best way to leave a legacy to Sussex Wildlife Trust or would like us to send you our legacy booklet, please contact Mark Barkaway

Direct line: 01273 497523
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Your will is a private document and you’re not under any obligation to tell us anything about it. But it would be lovely if you felt comfortable sharing your intentions with us, because then we’d be able to thank you in person for your amazing kindness.

Knowing that people are including us in their wills today gives us added confidence for tomorrow and helps us commit to important long-term projects. To let us know you’ve included a gift to the Wildlife Trust in your will, or that you intend to do so, please let us know by emailing us at membership@sussexwt.org.uk We’d love to hear from you.

Any questions? Read our Legacy FAQs

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