Leaving Your Legacy

Consider making a gift today that will support our mission far into the future

Secure the future of our planet by immortalizing your legacy through the Captain Paul Watson Foundation Planned Giving program. Planned Giving stands as a mighty beacon, illuminating the path to our organization’s enduring stability. It is the bedrock upon which our vital missions thrive, and our outreach expands. Among the cherished avenues of planned giving are;

Bequests: Inscribe the Captain Paul Watson Foundation as a cherished beneficiary in your will or living trust, enabling you to dedicate a specific sum or percentage of your estate to champion our cause.

Life Insurance Policies: Crown the Captain Paul Watson Foundation as the rightful heir to your life insurance policy, transforming a modest investment into an impactful legacy.

Retirement Plans: Endow the Captain Paul Watson Foundation as the beneficiary of your IRA, 401(k), or other retirement plan, potentially bestowing tax benefits upon your estate.

Charitable Gift Annuities: Craft a charitable gift annuity that blesses you with a lifelong income stream, while fortifying the Captain Paul Watson Foundation with the enduring essence of your support.

To embed your gift within the tapestry of your will or estate plans for the Captain Paul Watson Foundation, simply share this sentence with your legal advisor or financial planner.

“I bequeath $___ or ____% of my estate to the Captain Paul Watson Foundation, 462 W 42nd St. Suite 2626 New York, NY, 10036.”

We warmly invite you to reach out to us at [email protected] to embark on the profound journey of making a Planned Gift that will echo through generations, gifting life and hope to our precious planet.

Your donations are the lifeline that keeps us in the fight. When you give, you grow our navy, maintain our direct-action vessels, and raise awareness during this vital time. You are a support base on shore to back the crews on the sea. Your support fuels courage, passion, imagination, and resolve for the future of ocean conservation and endangered animals.