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Donations & Legacies

Why Donate Or Leave A Legacy To The RSPCA Bromley & District Branch?

Answer:

Because all RSPCA branches are separate charities responsible for their own financial security.

By giving a donation or leaving the Branch a gift in your Will allows you to carry on caring for animals and help us become more financially stable. This will also allow us to develop our existing services to sick and neglected animals in your local area.

Donations

Donations can be made direct to the Branch.   For further details please contact the Branch Honorary Treasurer glenn.rspca@gmail.com.

Legacies

If you are thinking of making a bequest to us, then your instructions should include the following:

RSPCA Bromley & District Branch – Registered charity no. 210632

For further details please contact the Branch Honorary Treasurer glenn.rspca@gmail.com.

Keep A Collection Box In Your Home

For further details please contact the Branch Honorary Treasurer glenn.rspca@gmail.com.

 

WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND SUPPORT

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If you have not identified a relative or friend who will be willing to care for your pet(s) after you die, the RSPCA offer a free service to find a loving home for your pets.  HOME FOR LIFE

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