The Wildlife Legacy Society recognizes individuals whose generosity and foresight have provided a lasting commitment to wildlife conservation through estate and planned gifts.
Bequests and other planned gifts from forward-thinking individuals play a crucial role in Wildlife Conservation Network's continued ability to save endangered species by supporting innovative and effective conservation entrepreneurs.
If you have decided to leave a legacy and feel comfortable letting us know, please contact us so that we may list your name in the Wildlife Legacy Society section of our Annual Report.
If you are considering including WCN in your estate planning, we hope this information will help you make choices on the gifts that can help you accomplish multiple goals with your donation. Making a planned gift to WCN offers you a flexible and simple way to combine your love of wildlife with financial planning. A planned gift may help you give more to wildlife conservation than you thought possible while still providing you or someone you designate with favorable financial and/or tax benefits. All gifts will be used for the highest good toward preserving animals and their habitats for generations to come.
Listed below are some examples of the types of assets you can use to fund a planned gift to Wildlife Conservation Network. This information is meant as a general guide about ways of giving and potential financial benefits and is not meant to provide tax or legal advice. Before making a gift, you should consult with your attorney or financial advisor.