Advice for donors

Whether you're looking to give a regular donation or a one-off gift, or need to speak to us about an existing gift we're here to help. We're funded directly through you, the public, and every contribution, no matter how big or small, will go towards helping needy animals.

If you wish your donation to go to a specific appeal or you'd like to donate in memory of someone, we can do this for you. Just get in touch and advise us of your wishes.

Contact us to set up a donation

If you're not comfortable giving a donation online, we'd be equally thrilled and grateful to receive your donation by post or over the phone. You can donate by debit or credit card, cheque / postal order, or set up a direct debit. Cheques should be made payable to the RSPCA.

Donate by post

Simply print out the relevant donation form, fill it out and send it to us:

RSPCA single donation form (PDF 96KB)

RSPCA monthly donation form (PDF 128KB)

Supporter Services, RSPCA, Wilberforce Way, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 9RS.

Donate over the phone

Alternatively, you can make a donation over the phone by calling 0300 123 8181 (lines open 7-days a week, 8am to 10pm).

Queries about, or amending, an existing donation

If you have any queries about your donation and wish to speak to us, please contact us via any of the ways below and we'll do our very best to help.

  • Call 0300 123 0346 (lines open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm) 
  • Email the team at:  
  • Write to us at: RSPCA Supporter Services Wilberforce Way Southwater Horsham West Sussex RH13 9RS

Leaving a gift in your will

Amazingly, 60 percent of all the money given to fund our work with animals is left by animal lovers, like you, in their wills. These gifts help us protect animals for a long time to come and knowing if you're planning to leave us such an incredible gift can help us to plan for the future.

Discover more about leaving a legacy

Note: Due to current circumstances and with restricted access to our head office there is a delay in processing posted communications, if you would still like to contact us this way it would be helpful to include an email address or phone number to enable us to respond more efficiently to any queries. We're sorry for the inconvenience.

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