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Remember PETA in Your Will

A will is a convenient – and often simple and straightforward – way to distribute assets to those you love. It is also a powerful way to help animals: by naming PETA as a beneficiary, you can be confident that PETA will continue to make a difference for countless animals after you are gone.

You can structure your will to make PETA the beneficiary of either your entire estate, a residue of your estate or a specific amount of money or property.

To name PETA in your will, all you need is the following information:

PETA's full legal name:

PETA's registered address:
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Foundation

Lacon House
Theobald's Road
London – WC1X 8RW

If you wish to name PETA in your will, we will be more than happy to help you and can provide you with all the information you will need. Click here to read some suggested wording that you can take to your solicitors.

A will is one way you can ensure that your assets will be distributed according to your wishes. Failure to properly plan and express your wishes in a will or other estate document may cause you to lose control of how your estate is to be distributed once you pass away. In addition, without a will, your estate assets will be distributed in accordance with the law, regardless of your intentions. Through a properly tailored will or other estate plan, you have the opportunity to ensure that your compassion continues to make a difference for animals long after you are gone. And because PETA is a charity, your legacy will not be subject to inheritance tax, which means that 100 per cent of your gift will go directly to helping animals.

PETA would be honoured to carry forward your legacy of compassion. If you'd like to make a gift to animals through your will or if you would like further information, please e-mail us or call us on +44 (0) 20 7357 9229, extension 265.



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