Bequests
& Estate
Planning

One way to donate to Peace River Wildlife Center (PRWC) is through Bequests & Estate Planning. PRWC is grateful for those caring individuals who have included the Center in their estate plans. Their generosity has helped us meet current challenges and will be a source of financial support for years to come.

PRWC has a record of responsible stewardship, with a demonstrated commitment to programmatic and financial integrity.

When you include PRWC in your estate planning, you can be confident that whatever you give will be carefully used to advance your goals.

There are many ways to support PRWC through estate planning – starting with a will. We recommend that you contact a financial advisor or attorney to assist with your estate planning.

Beneficiary Legal Name and Address

Peace River Wildlife Center
3400 Ponce De Leon Parkway
Punta Gorda, FL 33950

Tax ID No.59-2535665

You may also help support wildlife by naming PRWC as the beneficiary of your:

Life insurance policies

IRAs or other retirement accounts

Stocks, bonds, or other securities

Mutual funds or bank accounts

In many cases, these beneficiary designations may be made with a quick telephone call.

Through wise estate planning, you may be able to received significant tax and income benefits during your lifetime, through remainder trusts and gift annuities.

We encourage you to consult your attorney, financial advisor, or bank trust officer for information about which option might be best for you. If you do not have a financial advisor, PRWC will be happy to put you in touch with an estate management professional who can assist you to select the tools that best meet your needs and achieve your financial goals.

For additional information about including PRWC in your estate planning, contact PRWC Director Callie Stahl at callie@prwildlife.org. All inquiries will be treated in strict confidence.

For information about PRWC’s policies & financials, click the link or contact the Center at: (941) 637-3830 or email us at prwc@prwildlife.org