by D. Speiser
When you are planning your last will and testament, please remember that you can protect for generations to come the birds you have cared about in your lifetime and the wild places in the city that will continue to sustain them through your generosity.
We are grateful for bequests of any size. They will help ensure that New York City Audubon remains here to do its job: protect our winged neighbors and keep their homes safe.
A bequest can be expressed as “I bequeath (a sum of money, or a percentage of my estate) to New York City Audubon Society, Inc., a not-for-profit organization with offices at 71 West 23rd Street, Suite 1523, New York, NY 10010, for its general purposes.”
For more information about including NYC Audubon in your estate plans, please call Executive Director Glenn Phillips at 212-691-7483 or mail us at the address above.
If you have already provided for New York City Audubon, Inc., in your will, please let us know by writing us at the same address.
New York City Audubon was honored to receive gifts from the following Estates in 2011:
The Estate of Hazel Roy
The Estate of Esther Morse
The Estate of Mary Brown
The Estate of James Edward Jacobs