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Bequests


Making your will is one of the most important things you can do. It not only ensures that your affairs will be settled exactly as you wish, but by making a Bequest to the NPA ACT your voice will continue to be heard on the issues you believe in.

Because the NPA ACT is a non-profit, non-government, non-partisan and totally independent organisation, we depend almost solely on the generosity of our members and supporters to help fund our ongoing work.

Your gift, large or small, can make a significant difference to our work, funding projects and campaigns which may not otherwise be possible. Your Bequest will also help to ensure the financial sustainability and long term security of the NPA ACT.

A Lasting Legacy for the ACT

The creation of a protected area system containing adequate samples of all natural ecosystems is essential for nature conservation in the ACT. However, major gaps still remain in this system.

Several unique habitats are not yet properly protected including riverlands, grass lands and red-gum yellow-box woodlands. This leaves several species of native plants and animals, including native fish, frogs, reptiles and birds, not yet protected.

The ACT's parks and reserves and unique ecosystems face threats on a number of fronts, and NPA ACT is at the forefront of efforts to counter these threats.

With your help, support and future vision, the NPA ACT will always be there to:

  • Advocate for strong protection and sound management for our parks and natural areas.
  • Counter inappropriate development proposals and safeguard the integrity of our existing parks.
  • Establish new reserves to protect adequate samples of all bushland types and natural ecosystems.
  • Implement measures to protect native vegetation not currently protected in the reserve system, on public and private land in the ACT.
  • Share our goals for nature conservation and encourage public care and appreciation of our parks and wildlife.
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The National Parks Association of the ACT shares a vision of the ACT as  a place with a diverse, secure and healthy natural environment cared for and appreciated by all.

Yes! I would like to be part of that future vision.  A bequest to the NPA ACT is a gift ensuring a magnificent inheritance for all Australians.

PERSONAL DETAILS

Mr/Mrs/Ms/Miss/Other  ............

First name ...............................................   Surname .....................................................

Address .................................................................................  
                
Suburb/Town ..................................   State .............   Postcode  ................

Email (if applicable)    ................................................................                                                      
  •   I do not wish to receive email bulletins and news from the NPA ACT. 

BEQUEST DETAILS

Without obligation, I would like to discuss leaving a bequest to the NPA ACT in my Will.

My telephone number is    ......... ........................... 

The best time/day to call is ............................

  •   I have already made arrangements to include the NPA ACT in my Will.
  •   I intend to make a gift to the NPA ACT in my Will and would like more information. 
  •   I am considering making a gift to the NPA ACT in my Will and would like more information. 
  •   I am not interested at this time, but am happy to be contacted in future. 

PLEASE MAIL OR email THIS FORM TO: 
National Parks Association of the ACT
GPO Box 544
Canberra ACT 2601   
email: admin@npaact.org.au Ph:  0412 071 382

 

 

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