Updated: October 04, 2012
Remember wilderness in your Will
A gift in your Will to the Wilderness Society is a powerful way to touch the future without making any drastic change to your day-to-day life or current financial situation.
It will honour your memory, reflect your values and high regard for the environment, and serve for generations to come to protect this fragile continent and all who call it home.
A gift in your Will can make a difference by helping protect, restore and reconnect wilderness, providing a solution to climate change and contributing to a healthy, thriving planet for future generations to enjoy.
The Forever Wild Trust provides long-term, ongoing financial support to our WildCountry program, both now and beyond our lifetimes. When it comes time to writing or updating your Will, please consider the kind of environment you would like your family and future generations to experience.
Every gift, large or small, makes a real difference. Even a modest gift in your Will can help protect wilderness for future generations.
- Wild profile: Doug McMillan - February 26, 2013
- Active Retirees Survey Competition Winners - October 04, 2012
- Wild profile - John Biggs - January 12, 2012
The Wilderness Society recently received a very generous bequest from Doug McMillan - loyal public servant, adventurer-seeker, talented photographer, and life-long lover of wilderness.
We would like to announce the eight lucky winners of the Wilderness Society's Active Retirees Survey Competition!
John Biggs is a fifth generation Tasmanian, academic, traveller, writer and a bequester for the Wilderness Society. Having lived overseas for much of his working life, he has returned to his native Tasmania where he spends much of his time writing. His latest book is called, Tasmania Over Five Generations: Return to Van Diemen's land?