Together, we have already achieved so much. We’ve defied the nuclear arms race. We stood between the whales and the harpoons. We protected the Antarctic. We saved rainforests from the chainsaws, and stopped toxic waste dumps in our seas.
There is still so much to do to defend our oceans, protect rainforests, and promote renewable energy. Leaving a legacy, large or small, will help our vital work. In fact, gifts in wills are at the heart of everything we do – they now pay for around one in six of our campaigns.
Everything you need to leave a gift in your will
Follow the links below to get all you need to add Greenpeace to your will.
Download the guide
Download our guide to leaving a legacy to Greenpeace in your will. It includes more information on the difference between Greenpeace Ltd and Greenpeace Environmental Trusts, suggested wording for your will and guidance on types of gifts you can leave.
Update your will
Already have a will? You can use a codicil form to update it.
Create a will for free
You can also make your will for free online with Farewill (RRP £90), using the code Greenpeace5. You can complete your will in four simple steps, from the comfort of your own home and with live support from their will specialists.
Leaving a gift is simple
Arranging a will can seem daunting, but with all the details to hand it can be easier than many people think. That’s why we’ve prepared all the information you need to leave a lasting gift to Greenpeace.
It’s important to note that there are two Greenpeace organisations in the UK:
- Greenpeace Ltd is the one most people know about which runs campaigns and exposes environmental injustices. Because of restrictions on what political campaigning charities can do, it’s a limited company
- Greenpeace Environmental Trust is a charity which expands public understanding of the environment, commissioning scientific research and supporting key Greenpeace campaigns in other countries.
You can leave a gift to either one and you may want to speak to a solicitor to decide which is best for you. Please use the registered charity number 284934 for Greenpeace Environmental Trust or registered company number 01314381 for Greenpeace Ltd. Also include the registered address: Canonbury Villas, London, N1 2PN
Need more information?
Andrew Sturley, our dedicated legacy officer, is available to answer any questions you might have. Andrew has worked at Greenpeace for many years and is passionate about defending our natural world, so he can tell you more about how to make a gift and how it will be used.
Don’t hesitate to contact Andrew on 020 7865 8116 or email him using the form below.