Remember NFRT in Your Will
Help us buy and restore the native forest you love for future generations
We believe all children in New Zealand should have the chance to enjoy and learn from our native forests. Leaving a gift in your will to help buy and restore our native forests is a great way to help ensure our forests are protected for all New Zealanders forever.
If you do decide to make this special kind of gift to NFRT, it’s important that you use our full legal name: NZ Native Forests Restoration Trust
And in case it’s useful, an example of the wording you could use is given here:
“I give to NZ Native Forests Restoration Trust (registered charity number CC30320) ___% of my estate OR the rest and residue of my estate OR the sum of $_____ for its general purposes free of probate and estate duties payable upon or in consequence of my death. I declare that the receipt of its Executive Director, Treasurer or other authorised officer shall be sufficient discharge to my executors.”
For more information about how to leave a gift to NFRT in your will, please contact Beth Houlbrooke on: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you make the generous decision to include NFRT in your will, please let Beth know so we can thank you properly.
Frequently asked questions
A will is a legal document that can safeguard the future of the people and causes you most cherish. It records exactly how you wish your assets and possessions to be distributed after your death. Having a will brings peace of mind, knowing that your affairs are in order