How you can help Donate Legacies Leaving a Legacy Help local animals in need by leaving a legacy By leaving a legacy to our self-funded branch, you can be assured that your donation will greatly benefit the lives of animals. It costs approximately £2000 a day to operate our animal centre, so your gift – no matter how small – will help to guarantee the future of local, vulnerable animals as well as helping us to improve our facilities and enrich the lives of animals in our care. Over 95% of our funds are raised by the centre through donations, fundraising and legacies so your gift will be of great help to the animals in our care. Your gift will ensure that we are here tomorrow to protect neglected, abandoned and abused animals in our care. In the past, the legacy from Mr McDonald was used to improve our on-site veterinary surgery facilities, meaning that fewer animals would have to endure the stress of an off-site vet visit. As we navigated through the COVID-19 situation, legacies were a much needed lifeline and have enabled us to continue to rescue and rehabilitate local animals. We are able to use legacies once again develop our animal care facilities. How to leave a Legacy Leaving a legacy gift is an important decision and it does not have to be complicated, but please always consult your legal advisor for advice. If you wish to leave a legacy to our animal centre, we would respectfully suggest that your legacy reads: “I give the sum of £………… (or specify a share of residue) to the RSPCA Doncaster, Rotherham and District Branch, Registered Charity Number 506259, Great North Road, Bawtry, Doncaster, DN10 6DE for its general purposes and I declare that the receipt of the Honorary Treasurer or other proper officer of the said RSPCA for the time being shall be full and sufficient discharge for the said legacy.” All acts of giving, no matter how small, make a great difference to the animals in our care. Each gift helps us continue in our fight to ensure animals are given a voice. Further Information If you would like more information about giving a gift in your will or would like to receive a digital information pack then please click the “contact us” link and complete the contact form. Alternatively if you have any questions then please do not hesitate to give us a call on 01302 719790.