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Information for Executors

We’re extremely grateful for the gifts that people leave us in their Wills. Over half of our work with animals today is funded by gifts like this.


If you’re ready to begin carrying out the wishes of someone who’s remembered the RSPCA in their Will, here’s some information that we hope you’ll find helpful.


Getting in touch

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If you're acting on behalf of someone who has passed away and has left a gift in their Will - whether to the National RSPCA or a specific branch - please get in touch.


In order to administer the kind gifts left to us in Wills, there are some details we'll need from you about the person who has left the gift: 

  • Benefactor’s full name and address
  • Date of death
  • A copy of the Will
  • Details of assets and liabilities if the gift is a share of an estate.


If you're making a payment by bank transfer please call or write to us using the details below to provide this information before making payments. If you're sending a cheque please enclose this information with a covering letter. Please do call if there are any questions you'd like to discuss or if you require any general advice.
 

Telephone: 0300 123 0417
Email: legacyadmin@rspca.org.uk
Post: RSPCA, Legacy Administration Team, Wilberforce Way, Southwater, Horsham, West Sussex RH13 9RS


Payment information

These are the details you'll need to make a payment:


By cheque

Please make cheques payable to “RSPCA” and send them to following address:


RSPCA, Legacy Administration Team, Wilberforce Way, Southwater, Horsham, West Sussex RH13 9RS


By bank transfer

Please use the surname of the donor as the payment reference and use the following bank details:

Account number: 05314682
Sort code: 18-00-02
Bank address: Coutts & Co, St Martin’s Office, 440 Strand, London WC2R 0QS

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