Our Donors

THANK YOU, DONORS!

Every dollar donated has truly made a difference. Without the support of our donors we would not be able to take the massive strides we do towards wildlife preservation in BC. Thanks to our donors, we are able to provide hundreds of wildlife education programs every year to over 10,000 people, and protect thousands of animals every day with our Bird & Wildlife Sanctuary on Vancouver Island. Thanks to this tremendous support, wildlife in the Pacific northwest is being preserved for its own intrinsic value and for the benefit of all. THANK YOU!

Major donations/grants received in 2019/20


PLATINUM   |   $10,000+

  • The Estate of Bernice Savage

GOLD   |   $5,000 – $9,999

SILVER   |   $1,000 – $4,999

  • J. Heady
  • Popeyes Supplements – Langley
  • The Edith Lando Charitable Foundation
  • FortisBC
  • BC Hydro
  • AirG Inc

BRONZE   |   $500 – $999

  • Lindala Schminken Fx Inc
  • S. Woolley
  • Dr. E Astleford
  • S. Broughton
  • B. Angus
  • L. McLeod
  • New Look Business Centre
  • Vesta Properties Ltd
  • Timberwest Forest Corp
  • Equifaira Advisors

THANK YOU to all of our many other wonderful donors who elected to remain anonymous or donated amounts up to $500. We truly appreciate your support!

 

Legacy Gifts


B. Savage

Estate Beneficiary

In 2019 NWPS was notified of Ms. Savage’s generous gift to the society. In her estate, NWPS was named a beneficiary, with funds directed to the support of our Manley Farm Bird & Wildlife Sanctuary. The society is so honoured to help carry out her legacy by preserving wildlife in the pacific northwest.

R. Masters

Estate Beneficiary 

In 2018 NWPS was bequeathed a generous sum from the estate of Ruth Masters to support wildlife preservation in BC.

M. Pigott

Insurance Beneficiary 

In 2013 NWPS was given a generous gift from Mrs. Pigott via an insurance policy naming the society as beneficiary. The society is so honoured to help carry out her legacy by preserving wildlife in the pacific northwest.

Cynthia Granfield

Land Bequest

Thanks to the generous legacy gift from Mrs. Cynthia Granfield, thousands of animals including threatened and endangered species like the red-legged frog, barn owl and orca now have a place of sanctuary in perpetuity. In 2010 Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society became stewards of her land, now named Manley Farm Bird & Wildlife Sanctuary, which is a mixed-use 240 acre property of forest, wetland and marine habitat as well as farmland. Per the terms of her bequest, to the greatest extent possible we continue to support the sustainable farming on the land so that it may work in harmony with providing safe haven to the myriad of species in the region.

V. Sproule

Estate Beneficiary

In 2007 NWPS was notified of Ms. Sproule’s generous gift to the society. In her estate, NWPS was named a residual beneficiary. Ms. Sproule’s legacy lives on in the thousands of disadvantaged children and youth throughout BC that we were able to provide free wildlife education programs to thanks to her kindness and generosity.

F. Reynolds

Estate Beneficiary 

In 2004, NWPS was bequeathed a generous sum from the estate of F. Reynolds to support wildlife preservation in BC.

 

 

 

Looking to leave a legacy? There are many ways you can make a significant contribution to wildlife preservation in BC now and in perpetuity. Examples include deferred gifts through insurance policies, annuities, bequests and endowments, as well gifts in kind such as interests in land. Contact us to learn more or check out this Green Legacy Giving Guide. We can mail you a hard copy if you prefer.

 

Memorial Gifts


A wonderful way to honour our loved ones is to support causes they cared deeply about. NWPS is blessed to be the recipient of such thoughtfulness and generosity. It is with a heavy but full heart that we share these names and messages.

In Memory of Geordie Carlow

In Memory of Ollie E Lantela

In Memory of Fedele Giovanna Antonio & Tomasina

In Memory of Donna Crook

In Memory of Frances Collette

In Memory of Fedele & Antonio

In Memory of Beth L Edwards

In Memory of Robert James Mornan