Every gift, no matter what size, can make
a real difference to our important work,
so we can influence positive change.
How to make a will
There are a number of ways you can make a Will.
We recommend that you use a solicitor when making or updating your Will to ensure that all the right legal procedures are followed
Leaving a gift in your Will is an easy and straightforward process.
Simply add a paragraph when writing your Will stating that you would like to leave a gift to Tropical Birdland.
You will need to include our full name and address. We suggest:
“I give to Tropical Bird Garden (Leicestershire) Limited, of, Lindridge Lane,
Desford, LE9 9GN Registered company number 01847598 [__% of my estate]or [the sum of £____], to be used for general purposes absolutely and
I declare that the receipt of the Treasurer or duly authorised officer shall
be a full and sufficient discharge.”
If you already have made a Will, you can easily make changes with the assistance of a solicitor.
Gifts can include:
A ‘residuary’ gift – this is a share of your estate after
you have provided for your family and friends.
A ‘pecuniary’ gift – this is a cash gift where you leave
an exact sum of money to Tropical Birdland
A ‘specific’ gift – this is where you leave a specific item
to Tropical Birdland.
If you would like your gift to support a particular area of our work
such as welfare, let us know and we will make sure that your gift
benefits your chosen area.
Why our work matters
Every single gift, no matter what size, can make a real difference to our important work so we can influence positive change.
Gifts in Wills will help us to:
• Support parrot conservation
• Provide new and improved facilities for our birds
• Help to provide a forever home for rescued parrots
• Rehabilitate rescued and injured parrots
• Provide education to the public on bird health and conservation
WHY MAKING A WILL IS IMPORTANT
Making a Will is the only way you can be sure that your wishes will be followed after you die. Without a valid Will, part or all of your estate may go to people whom you never intended to benefit. It is possible that a part of your estate may go to the state.Making a Will can also help to reduce your tax liability as Inheritance Tax may be payable on your estate after your death depending on your assets.
We are extremely grateful for any gift you leave us in your Will and would like to thank you for supporting our important work.