Help us with a lasting legacy
Every day, people are doing legendary things for good causes like ours – sky diving, mountain climbing, marathon running to name a few. Gifts in Wills are lesser known, but equally legendary acts in the way they support our charity.
Include Animals Asia in your will
By including us in your will or trust, you can create a lasting legacy that will allow us to continue our work well into the future. Your loved ones will also be proud to know that your vision and kindness will help to create a better world for animals.
Please consider leaving a bequest to Animals Asia to ensure that your commitment to animals and our work continues past your lifetime.
Why we give
"I admire the culturally sensitive way in which Animals Asia is achieving widespread attitude change towards animals in Asia. I believe that [your] work is making a genuine and long term difference to the welfare of wild and domestic species in the region, and that many thousands of animals will be spared lives of appalling suffering. That is why I am leaving a legacy to Animals Asia." Sue Pell, UK
"Having supported Animals Asia for many years now I decided some time ago that due to my circumstances and my passion for 'the cause' I would leave a large part of my estate to [the Foundation] in my will. I have no dependents and after a few bequests to family and friends are taken care of, I can think of none more deserving of the remainder than the organisation led by the amazing Jill. I would like to think that after I've gone I have helped ensure the wonderful work she and her teamdo will continue." Christine Coldrick, UK
"I can't support Animals Asia much financially but am doing as much as I can to help in other ways by raising funds and awareness. But I also decided to make a bequest to Animals Asia as I want to ensure I can support a cause I am so passionate about for as long as I possibly can, even after my death." Maren Dallmann, UK
If you have a question about leaving a bequest, please email Animals Asia at email@example.com.