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RSPCA Australia

Contact

Name: Hayley Nicholls

Position: National Partnerships Manager

Email: rspca@rspca.org.au

Address

PO Box 265

Deakin West

Canberra 2600

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Our Mission / Objective

TO PREVENT CRUELTY TO ANIMALS BY ACTIVELY PROMOTING THEIR CARE AND PROTECTION

 

Projects in Progress

The RSPCA in Australia is a federation made up of eight independent member Societies and a federal body known as RSPCA Australia. RSPCA Australia works on national initiatives, such as major animal awareness campaigns, research into improved animal farming techniques and dealing with the federal government on animal welfare related issues. The federal office carries out this work by: – liaising with industry and government – providing scientifically sound research and advice – coordinating national public education campaigns

Our People

Registration Information

ABN

99 668 654 249

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

General Donations

The RSPCA relies on the support of the community to continue its vital work. Nationally, 97% of the RSPCA’s funding comes from community donations, memberships, fundraising and bequests. Without your support, the care provided for up to 127,000 animals per year would not be possible. To find out more about how you can get involved with your local RSPCA, please visit www.rspca.org.au

 

A bequest is a very real way to make a positive difference to the future of animal welfare

 

Bequests allow the RSPCA to provide ongoing care and rehabilitation for all creatures, improve our facilities to increase comfort for each animal, and build additional areas to provide housing and enclosures.

 

A gift to the RSPCA in your Will can also help us to influence government policies for the better treatment of animals, and educate tomorrow’s leaders in the importance of humane animal treatment.

 

Your donation is valuable

 

Through a bequest, it is possible to achieve more and ensure that animals in need will continue to receive the vital services the RSPCA provides. Leaving a bequest to the RSPCA is the ultimate expression of compassion for the well-being of all animals.

 

If you decide to leave a bequest to the RSPCA, please let us know so that we can keep you updated about our plans for the future.

 

Please contact your local RSPCA on 1300 777 221 for more information about how your bequest can become your legacy for ‘all creatures great and small’.

 

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Our Mission / Objective

TO PREVENT CRUELTY TO ANIMALS BY ACTIVELY PROMOTING THEIR CARE AND PROTECTION

 

Projects in Progress

The RSPCA in Australia is a federation made up of eight independent member Societies and a federal body known as RSPCA Australia. RSPCA Australia works on national initiatives, such as major animal awareness campaigns, research into improved animal farming techniques and dealing with the federal government on animal welfare related issues. The federal office carries out this work by: – liaising with industry and government – providing scientifically sound research and advice – coordinating national public education campaigns

Our People

Registration Information

ABN

99 668 654 249

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

General Donations

The RSPCA relies on the support of the community to continue its vital work. Nationally, 97% of the RSPCA’s funding comes from community donations, memberships, fundraising and bequests. Without your support, the care provided for up to 127,000 animals per year would not be possible. To find out more about how you can get involved with your local RSPCA, please visit www.rspca.org.au

 

A bequest is a very real way to make a positive difference to the future of animal welfare

 

Bequests allow the RSPCA to provide ongoing care and rehabilitation for all creatures, improve our facilities to increase comfort for each animal, and build additional areas to provide housing and enclosures.

 

A gift to the RSPCA in your Will can also help us to influence government policies for the better treatment of animals, and educate tomorrow’s leaders in the importance of humane animal treatment.

 

Your donation is valuable

 

Through a bequest, it is possible to achieve more and ensure that animals in need will continue to receive the vital services the RSPCA provides. Leaving a bequest to the RSPCA is the ultimate expression of compassion for the well-being of all animals.

 

If you decide to leave a bequest to the RSPCA, please let us know so that we can keep you updated about our plans for the future.

 

Please contact your local RSPCA on 1300 777 221 for more information about how your bequest can become your legacy for ‘all creatures great and small’.

 

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Our Annual Reports

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