Bequests and Tribute Funds
Leave a Bequest
You can elect to have the Overberg Renosterveld Conservation Trust as a beneficiary in your Will, in this way you are leaving a lasting legacy. You can be specific about the project or component of the Overberg Renosterveld Conservation Trust’s work that you would like to support, or you can leave that decision to the Overberg Renosterveld Conservation Trust. Writing a Will can seem daunting, and we always advise that you speak with a solicitor about it. However, if you have any questions about remembering the Overberg Renosterveld Conservation Trust in your Will, then please do not hesitate to contact us.
Where viable, bequest funding will be invested towards longer-term security for the Overberg Renosterveld Conservation Trust, thus building up a capital fund for the Trust.
Set up a Tribute Fund
A Tribute Fund is set up in order to honour a special individual who has passed away. The Fund is set up in a manner that enables friends and relatives of the individual after whom the Fund is named to contribute towards growing the Fund and becoming part of the cause that this Fund supports. The person(s) who sets up the fund can consult with the Overberg Renosterveld Conservation Trust as to how exactly the funds will be used. There is also the opportunity here to create a special webpage to celebrate the individual after whom the fund is being named.
Contact Odette at firstname.lastname@example.org or call + 27 (0) 83 551 3341.
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We are 18A registered in SA and receive donations through the UK Fund for Charities in UK, making donations from these two countries tax-deductible. Online payments are secure through PayFast for South Africans (Visa, Mastercard cards and Instant EFT are accepted) or PayPal for international donations. For direct EFT transactions, please contact us to request the Trust’s bank details.
“The only thing that wild animals and plants want to do is get on with their lives. An organisation like OLCT strives to enable them to do just that and so deserves our support.” Mike Goulding