Did you know legacies are the biggest source of income for the Scottish SPCA? Without generous gifts being left in Wills, we simply would not be able to do our job. Preventing cruelty, educating children and rescuing and rehabilitating animals – none of it would be possible without legacies. We are entirely funded by generous donations from the public as we receive no government funding.
Why leave a gift in your Will?
We understand that writing a Will is very personal and friends and family will be front of mind. We are grateful for any gift as it allows us to keep on championing animal welfare and helping animals in need.
Leaving a gift to the Scottish SPCA will allow your love for animals to live on and on. Your legacy will be one of helping us to continue to investigate cruelty, rescue wildlife, give animals a second chance, educate people and pioneer new research to improve the animal welfare world.
How do I leave a gift?
It’s best to have a solicitor write your Will for you, to make sure all the right signatures and requirements are in place. If you have already created your Will, you can still help us by adding what is known as a codicil to your existing Will. You can get a codicil form by requesting a legacy pack.
If you don’t have your own solicitor, we are here to help. We can put you in touch with a solicitor from our panel of legal experts, who have kindly agreed to assist with Will writing for anyone willing to leave the Scottish SPCA a gift.