Leave a Legacy

© Ian Short

Any conservation project demands long term commitment: when it comes to ensuring a future to one of the UK’s much-loved creatures, the challenges will remain far beyond our lifetimes. Leaving a legacy to RSST will mean that you will be part of the red squirrel’s fight back from near extinction for many years to come. Future generations will thank us for taking the initiative to act while there was still time; for not allowing something so precious to disappear forever; for caring enough to want to pass on a special piece of our heritage.

Making or changing your will to include RSST need not be an ordeal and it’s never too early to make a commitment that will make a real difference to our wildlife and woodland habitats of the future.

Our advice is to use the services of a solicitor and as there are things to consider and information that your solicitor will need in order to draw up your will, you will be able to save time and money if you have prepared for your meeting with him/her.

So, take a moment to click through our downloadable guides or, if you would prefer to speak to us, please contact us on info@rsst.org.uk and we will contact you so that we discuss your wishes.

Downloadable Legacy Guides

Things to do before you go to your solicitor

Wording for your will

Legal terms made simple

We hope it will be many years until your gift becomes a reality and in the meantime, we would like to keep you fully informed of the progress we are making. If you are not already on our mailing list, please contact us on info@rsst.org.uk to make sure we have your contact details.

© Ian Short

You do not have to inform us of your decision to include RSST in your will. However we would, of course, be delighted to know that you have thought of us, so do feel free to get in touch if you do choose to leave a legacy to the charity. Please be assured that this information will remain confidential.

Thank you for considering this vital way of supporting us.

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