Leave a legacy for The Farm Animal Sanctuary

Thank you for supporting us – every gift makes the difference between life and death for our rescued animals.

Leaving a gift in your Will to The Farm Animal Sanctuary will help us to continue caring for abused and neglected farm animals in their forever home.

After you have looked after your loved ones, your gift can help us care for our animals, advocate for better welfare standards and provide educational packages so no animal need suffer neglect or abuse in the future.

The Farm Animal Sanctuary is a member of Free Wills. You can make you will completely free of charge with them – they provide this service to charities like us.

Please go to www.Freewills.co.uk and you will find all the information you need. Thank you!

Leaving a Gift in your Will

Your gift can be as small or big as you like – all donations will help us care for abused and neglected farm animals, and prevent more animals being ill-treated in the future.

If you wish to include The Farm Animal Sanctuary in your Will, you will need our registered name, address and charity number:

How to leave a gift in your will

You will need to think about a few things before making your Will:

A portion of the remaining estate after all specified gifts and obligations have been fulfilled. This allows your chosen beneficiaries to receive a share of what remains, ensuring they are cared for with any residual wealth.

A defined monetary amount bequeathed to a beneficiary. This precise sum ensures that the recipient receives exactly the amount you have specified in your will, providing clarity and certainty.

A particular item or piece of property from the estate, such as a cherished artwork, a piece of antique furniture, or a valuable piece of jewelry. This allows you to pass on specific possessions that hold sentimental or material value.

Choosing a solicitor

A solicitor will be able to provide expert advice on how to include charitable gifts in your Will. This can help ensure that your philanthropic intentions are clearly expressed and legally sound.

When selecting a solicitor, it’s important to inquire about their fees upfront to avoid any unexpected costs.

Additionally, seek recommendations from friends, family, or colleagues who have had positive experiences with solicitors. Their insights can guide you toward a trustworthy professional who will handle your estate planning with care and competence.