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Giving in memory of a loved one

When we lose a loved one we often look for a way to bring something positive out of a sad time. To celebrate a life lived well, and to keep precious memories alive.


Giving in memory is a wonderful way to do just that. Perhaps you’ve lost a special person who had a lifelong affection for animals. Or a beloved pet who made you glad for the companionship that animals give us. In either case giving a gift to the RSPCA is, for many people, an uplifting and appropriate way to celebrate a life, while helping animals live lives free from cruelty and harm.


We all feel differently when we lose a loved person or pet, so there are a number of ways you can remember a loved one through giving to us. They all make a difference to animals – and they can all help to bring comfort during a difficult time.

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Coping with loss

Grieving for a person or pet that we love can be a difficult time in our lives. But you don’t have to go through it alone. Cruse and Mind both have helpful services that can help you come to terms with the loss of a loved one. We also have some useful information if you’ve lost a loved pet.

Getting in touch

If you have questions about any of the ways to give in memory of a loved one, we’re here to help.
Just contact Joanna Curtis from our In Memory Team:

Phone: 0300 123 0056
Email:
inmemory@rspca.org.uk
Post: RSPCA, In Memory Team, Wilberforce Way, Southwater, Horsham RH13 9RS