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RSPCA Victoria

Contact

Name: Susie Prain

Position: Supporter Relations Manager

Email: bequests@rspcavic.org.au

Address

3 Burwood Hwy

Burwood East

Melbourne 3151

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Our Mission / Objective

The primary objectives of the RSPCA are the prevention of cruelty to animals and

animal rehabilitation by: Educating the community regarding the humane 

treatment and management of animals, and increasing public awareness of and support

of animal welfare; Enforcing the existing laws to prevent cruelty

to animals; Influencing the amendment or development of legislation and standards

considered necessary for the protection and welfare of animals; 

Encouraging and providing a sustainable, needs based network

of animal welfare services across the State, for the care, shelter, treatment,

rehabilitation, and protection of animals within the capacity and strategic directions of the 

organisation; Providing relief programs to assist people within the community 

who are experiencing adverse circumstances, to enable them to care for or manage their animals.


Projects in Progress

Each year, RSPCA Victoria's 10 animal shelters care for more than 40,000 animals, their team of inspectors investigate over 14,000 complaints of animal cruelty and their education team reach more than 21,000 students regarding important animal welfare issues and animal care. Only with community support can this critical work continue.


Our People

CEO

Dr Liz Walker, Vic CEO

Registration Information

ABN

56 749 449 191

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

RSPCA Victoria recognises that many people are concerned about their pets welfare if they are no longer able to care for them personally. That’s why we have developed the Bequest Animal Program. It is one way of ensuring your pet receives the love and care it deserves, for life. You can ensure that your pet will always have a warm and comfortable home by completing a registration form and making a specific bequest in your will. This is all it takes to ensure the ongoing care of your pet. Should the need arise, the RSPCA will assume full responsibility for your pet and place it in a loving foster care home environment. The RSPCA will oversee all veterinary care for your pet, and we maintain frequent contact with our foster carers. Just as a will allows you to make provision for your friends and family, you can now extend that provision to your pets. To include your pet in the Bequest Animal Program, you must include a specific wording in your will. This allows the RSPCA to take full responsibility for your pet. A minimum bequest amount will also provide for the ongoing veterinary costs for the life of your pet. Making or changing a will is not expensive or difficult, and a solicitor or trustee company can help you. For more information please contact Donor Relations Co-ordinator, Casey Andrews.


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Our Mission / Objective

The primary objectives of the RSPCA are the prevention of cruelty to animals and

animal rehabilitation by: Educating the community regarding the humane 

treatment and management of animals, and increasing public awareness of and support

of animal welfare; Enforcing the existing laws to prevent cruelty

to animals; Influencing the amendment or development of legislation and standards

considered necessary for the protection and welfare of animals; 

Encouraging and providing a sustainable, needs based network

of animal welfare services across the State, for the care, shelter, treatment,

rehabilitation, and protection of animals within the capacity and strategic directions of the 

organisation; Providing relief programs to assist people within the community 

who are experiencing adverse circumstances, to enable them to care for or manage their animals.


Projects in Progress

Each year, RSPCA Victoria's 10 animal shelters care for more than 40,000 animals, their team of inspectors investigate over 14,000 complaints of animal cruelty and their education team reach more than 21,000 students regarding important animal welfare issues and animal care. Only with community support can this critical work continue.


Our People

CEO

Dr Liz Walker, Vic CEO

Registration Information

ABN

56 749 449 191

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

RSPCA Victoria recognises that many people are concerned about their pets welfare if they are no longer able to care for them personally. That’s why we have developed the Bequest Animal Program. It is one way of ensuring your pet receives the love and care it deserves, for life. You can ensure that your pet will always have a warm and comfortable home by completing a registration form and making a specific bequest in your will. This is all it takes to ensure the ongoing care of your pet. Should the need arise, the RSPCA will assume full responsibility for your pet and place it in a loving foster care home environment. The RSPCA will oversee all veterinary care for your pet, and we maintain frequent contact with our foster carers. Just as a will allows you to make provision for your friends and family, you can now extend that provision to your pets. To include your pet in the Bequest Animal Program, you must include a specific wording in your will. This allows the RSPCA to take full responsibility for your pet. A minimum bequest amount will also provide for the ongoing veterinary costs for the life of your pet. Making or changing a will is not expensive or difficult, and a solicitor or trustee company can help you. For more information please contact Donor Relations Co-ordinator, Casey Andrews.


Work with us

Volunteer with us

Our Annual Reports

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