AFRICAT - WHAT YOU CAN DO
LEAVE A LEGACY
Celebrate the life, achievements, and character of someone you cherish!
Honour someone special, give tribute for a life well-lived, or simply celebrate a special occasion.
Your gift will be meaningful and long-lasting—helping future generations of Namibian children and their natural heritage.
- Acknowledge someone's expertise, professionalism, or friendship.
- Create a lasting legacy in the name of a loved-one.
- Recognise the interests and concerns of someone special
What is a legacy?
A legacy is a financial gift left behind which will benefit others. The AfriCat Foundation has been fortunate to have received legacies over the past few years, which have enabled the renovation of facilities and the building of new amenities, all of which have improved the quality of the Foundation's permanent feline residents. The Environment Education Programme has similarly been expanded thanks to legacies, imparting a valuable life experience onto growing numbers of Namibia's children.
Why leave a legacy?
Consider for a moment the charitable organisations which have positively impacted your life, your family members, or friends' lives. Are you already an AfriCat annual donor? A charitable bequest in your will could endow your gift for the future of this Foundation.
How do I leave a legacy for AfriCat?
Collect your family and financial information. Talk with an estate-planning solicitor and with your financial advisors. Consider a charitable bequest in your will to the AfriCat Foundation, Namibia.
Our lawyer contact information:
David Farquharson Partner
23-31 Great Titchfield Street,
London, W1W 7PA
D: 0203 432 4020
M: 07764 282 468
Read more about Legacies on the AfriCat Website: Leave a Legacy
Jenny’s legacy: Why we chose to support AfriCat and why we are so glad we did.
The AfriCat Foundation has a wonderful new classroom at its Environment Education Centre at Okonjima all thanks to the generosity of the family and friends of Jenny Horan. Very sadly Jenny died while on her gap year working on a conservation project from a known heart condition. Her family Frank, Sally, Sean and Angus wanted to ensure a lasting legacy in her memory that supported her own goals in life. Jenny wanted to make a difference to the world, support conservation and help those facing challenges as she herself had learnt to live with her own health challenge. An education project supporting conservation in Africa seemed highly appropriate. A conversation with a friend lead to discussions with AfriCat. The classroom will be used by groups of students from Namibia and worldwide coming together to learn about living sustainably, eco systems, endangered species and ways of ensuring our world continues to thrive for the benefit of all.
Read more and be inspired by a young women’s life >>
John Wolfe honoured at AfriCat - entrance
gate to the 20,000 ha Nature Reserve.
Surgical equipment donated by the late
Mary Jan Newby.
New Clinic named after Jimmy Maltman.