Remember nature with a gift in your Will, name Wildlands League as a beneficiary and make a lasting contribution to the planet. You can take care of your family first and still take care of nature with a give in will to Wildlands League. Give a percentage or residual that keeps in line with inflation and does not lose value over time.

Bequests

A gift in Will is a bequest to Wildlands League on behalf of yourself or in memory of someone important to you. It can be made in two ways:

Residual Bequest

Wildlands League receives a percentage of the remainder or residue of your estate after other specific legacies have been fulfilled. This gift will be used where it’s needed most. Residual Bequests are preferred by many people, as it keeps in line with inflation and does not lose value over time. 

Specific Bequest

Wildlands League receives a specific dollar amount or a gift in kind (collections, art, books, jewelry, and so on). Gifts in kind will be sold and proceeds will be used to safeguard nature where it’s needed most. 

Bequest Language

Leaving a gift in Will is simple – it only takes a few sentences. When meeting with your lawyer to draft or update your Will, the following information will be helpful:

Legal Name: Wildlands League
Charitable Registration #: 11878 2317 RR0001
Address: 371-401 Richmond Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 3A8
 
OUR SUGGESTED WORDING FOR A RESIDUAL GIFT
“To pay Wildlands League the residue (or share of the residue) of my Estate for such use and purpose as the Board of Directors may determine.”
 
OUR SUGGESTED WORDING FOR A SPECIFIC GIFT
“To pay Wildlands League the sum of $___ for such use and purpose as the board of directors may determine.”

CODICIL
A Codicil is a document used to make minor changes to an existing Last Will and Testament. This document is used when the person who created the Will, known as the Testator, does not want to create an entirely new Will to make minor changes, such as adding, deleting, or changing an existing provision.

VIEW AND DOWNLOAD A SAMPLE CODICIL

Decisions about your Estate should be made with the guidance of independent professional advisors and/or your lawyer.
If you have questions about what type of gift will work best for you, please contact us.