Will for Wildlife

Will for Wildlife

Leaving a gift in your will for wildlife in our care or any of our projects protecting wildlife in Tanzania, will become a permanent legacy and a powerful message! No matter how small or big the legacy, it will have a tremendous impact on our projects and therefore the future of Tanzanian wildlife.

How to include a gift in your will for wildlife:

The Kilimanjaro Animal Center for Rescue, Education and Wildlife is a Non Governmental Organization and non-profit making (established under Section 12 (2) of Act No. 24 of 2002, of the Laws of The United Republic of Tanzania, bearing a certificate of compliance No.NGO/00007782 and with physical address at Makoa Farm).

If you are considering leaving a gift in your will for wildlife, we would like to suggest that you always consult your lawyer and leave clear instructions with your lawyer to ensure that your will is formulated, valid and executable so that your wishes can be implemented just as you proposed.

You will need the following details:

Registered Name: The Kilimanjaro Animal Center for Rescue, Education and Wildlife

Registered Address: P.O. Box 203, Moshi, Tanzania

Certificate of compliance No.: NGO/00007782

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