Your Will is an important document that must be properly prepared and executed. We recommend using a solicitor to ensure your Will is legal and valid. It is very important that you specify RPSCA Darwin Regional Branch Inc, rather than just ‘RSPCA’ in order to ensure that the funds remain with the local organisation rather than being distributed between the larger states.
Leaving a gift in your Will is one of the most valuable and lasting ways you can support the animals of Northern Territory. There are a number of different ways you can remember RSPCA Darwin in your Will, depending on your circumstances. This might be in the form or money, property, shares or similar, either as a financial value or a percentage of estate depending on what suits you best.
It is very important to talk to your family and loved ones about your Will. This helps ensure your final wishes are carried out. Let them know that a gift to RSPCA Darwin is important to you, and advise any executors and guardians of your wishes.
Letting us know that you have included RSPCA Darwin in your Will helps us to properly prepare to receive your gift, and to plan for the future. It also gives us the chance to thank you for your thoughtful gift and keep you up to date with news and stories from RSPCA Darwin, as well as involve you and your family in relevant special events throughout the year.
To notify us of your intention to leave a gift to animals in need, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org
Every year, over 1000 animals across the state are in desperate need of your help. By leaving a gift in your Will you are ensuring they will have a future free from cruelty.
Your generosity is a lasting reminder of your belief that animals matter, and will continue to transform the lives of RSPCA Darwin animals long after you have passed away.
Your gift makes an incredible impact on the lives of animals, as it can be used to:
A gift can be money, property, shares or even life insurance, committed to RSPCA Darwin through a designation in your Will. Deciding how you wish to divide your estate can be a complex undertaking. We therefore encourage you to consult with a solicitor and other advisors.