Leave a Legacy

Without you, we wouldn’t be able to carry on!

Remembering Animal Action Greece in your will

Thank you for considering leaving a legacy gift to Animal Action Greece. Over the years, around 65% of our income comes from legacies, so your gift is vital to continuing our mission to use the way we care for animals to educate and inspire, encouraging changes in attitudes at every level of Greek society.

A legacy from you could help us continue to:
  • Deliver our unique Equine Outreach Programme, focusing on working horses, donkeys and mules and animals in shelters
  • Deliver our Sterilisation Outreach Projects, for populations of stray cats and dogs in locations where access to veterinary professionals is limited or non-existent, and those held in financially challenged shelters
  • Where possible, we provide support in emergencies and in support of specific cases to rescue and rehome abandoned or neglected animals.
Important Information – Charitable Status

Animal Action Greece is a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales with Company number 881216 and charity number 233574. Our registered office is at 51 Borough High Street, SE1 1NB, London, UK.

How to include Animal Action Greece in your will:

Tell us what you would like to do to remember us in you Will by filling out this form

(alternatively you can print the form and send it to us)


Use this Animal Action Greece codicil form, to make an amendment to an existing Will.

Important Information – How to write a will during lockdown

According to The Law Society, following the outbreak of coronavirus, the number of people in the UK seeking to write new wills has risen by at least 30%. The pandemic has made people consider the importance of having a valid and up to date will. 

However, self-isolation and the lockdown make this difficult. So The Law Society and the Ministry of Justice are in discussions about relaxing the requirements for making a valid will. 

Many solicitors, regarded as “key workers” by the Ministry of Justice, have come up with solutions so they can continue providing a vital will-writing service while still practising social distancing and minimising person-to-person contact. Please contact your solicitor for advice.