Make a lifesaving difference to animals in need by leaving a gift in your Will.

Leave a Gift in your Will

Leaving a gift in your Will ensures there will always be a safe haven at RSPCA NSW for animals in need.

How you can give

Discuss with our team

David Dubin

Bequest Manager

Animals mean a great deal to me. I’m the youngest of a large family and for as long as I can remember, we always had many fuzzy and furry members. Although I’ve worked with other charities, I’ve found working with and supporting RSPCA NSW to be the most rewarding, and the best way I find that I can help is by leaving a gift in my Will. This will allow me to make a more transformative gift in my passing than I could ever afford during my lifetime.

Tel: (02) 9782 4470
Email: ddubin@rspcansw.org.au

Lisa Brennan

Home Ever After Coordinator

Being surrounded by animals all my life, I know that pets are important family members. I love my fur kids so much and should something happen to me, I would want to ensure they will always be cared for. That’s why I helped create RSPCA NSW’s Home Ever After program in 2015. It means so much to me to help give other pet owners the peace of mind in knowing their companions will always have the love and safety they deserve.

Tel: 0421 489 083
Email: lbrennan@rspcansw.org.au

Leave a Gift in your Will FAQs

No, you can make a bequest without specifying how you would like it to be used. This means that RSPCA NSW will be able to use your generous gift to assist with the greatest need at that time.

If you are interested in designating your gift to a specific facility, program or region, please contact RSPCA NSW’s Bequest Manager, David Dubin on (02) 9782 4470 or ddubin@rspcansw.org.au to discuss your preferences. This ensures that we will be able to apply your gift according to your wishes.

Leaving a gift in your Will to RSPCA NSW is one of the most thoughtful ways to support the protection of animals for generations to come. Your gift shows forethought, planning and dedication to the cause.

If you’ve already pledged a gift to RSPCA NSW, or are considering doing so, it is your decision whether you would like to share your intentions with us. If you are comfortable in doing so, please do let us know. This helps us to properly prepare to receive your gift, and to plan for the future. It also gives RSPCA NSW the chance to thank you for your thoughtful gift. We’d love the opportunity to express our appreciation, record your planned gift, keep you up to date with news and stories from RSPCA NSW, and involve you and your family in relevant special events throughout the year.

If you do wish to notify RSPCA NSW of your intention to leave a gift to animals in need, please fill out our simple form below or contact RSPCA NSW’s Bequest Manager, David Dubin on (02) 9782 4470 or ddubin@rspcansw.org.au.

RSPCA NSW recommends using a practicing solicitor or trust company to help ensure your Will is legally correct and that your wishes will be followed accurately.

Please send the cheque, a photocopy of the Will and a covering letter to:

RSPCA NSW Bequest Department
PO Box 34
Yagoona, NSW, 2199

If you’d like to contact our Estates Assistant, Rebecca Crompton, please call (02) 9782 4484 or email rcrompton@rspcansw.org.au. She would be more than happy to discuss processes, legal or financial obligations, or any other concerns or questions you may have.

Without a Will, decisions about your estate will be made according to the law. This means some or all of the people or causes you care about may not be included in the distribution of your assets.

Having an up-to-date Will means there is no uncertainty about what will happen to your estate, as it puts you in control of your affairs.

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