Will for Wildlife 2017

Have you been meaning to get your will sorted out but just haven't got around to it? Now is our chance to get our affairs in order whilst supporting your local wild places and wildlife at the same time. During October participating Cornish solicitors are offering their services for a donation to the Trust. Suggested donation: New Will £80, Mirror Will £140 and to update an existing will £40.

Once you have taken care of family and friends, we hope that you will consider leaving a legacy gift to Cornwall Wildlife Trust. Legacies are a vital funding source for us and whether your gift is small or large, all gifts help us protect Cornwall's wildlife and wild places for future generations - of wildlife and people!

Some of the Trust's most important nature reserves were gifted to us through Wills. Money from legacies has been used for all manner of essential wildlife conservation work, from education projects to vital habitat restoration work.
How to book your appointment during Will for Wildlife month.

1. Contact one of the participating solicitors to book your appointment.
2. When you book your appointment, you MUST state that you are Cornwall Wildlife Trust supporter (you do not need to be a member, just someone who supports our work).
3. This offer is for simple and straightforward Wills only.
4. Book early - there are a limited number of free Wills available!

Solicitors taking part in Will for Wildlife month 2017 are:

Penzance - DB Law  (01736) 364261

Falmouth - DB Law (01326) 318110

Helston - Borlase & Co (01326) 574988

Redruth - Grylls and Paige (10209) 215261

Truro - Carlyon & Son (01872) 278641

Newquay - Greenways Solicitors (01637) 872251

Falmouth - Hine Downing (01326) 316655

St Ives - Furse Sanders  03330 069000 

We would like to thank all the solicitors taking part in Will for Wildlife month for providing free Wills to our supporters, without them this fantastic offer would not be available. Thanks also goes to all our supporters who have already kindly remembered the Trust in their Wills and to those who will do so during October.