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Wills, Estates & Pet Trusts
Including spcaLA in your estate plans provides a lasting gift for generations of homeless, abused and abandoned animals. Additionally, spcaLA offers the Peace of Mind Pet Re-Homing program, for those who wish to provide for the future of their pets.
Estate Plans Learn More
If you wish to help spcaLA for many years to come, you may do so through a will, insurance policy, trust, gift of real estate and several other means. Call (323) 730-5300, ext 233 or email info@spcaLA.com for more information or to notify spcaLA of your intentions.
Peace of Mind Pet Re-Homing program Learn More
spcaLA’s Peace of Mind Pet Re-Homing program is for those precious little ones we care so much about. Typically, we expect to outlive our pets, but sometimes it is the human caregiver who passes or becomes infirm first. If you are enrolled in the program, spcaLA can guarantee to find your healthy, adoptable pets new, loving homes in the event of your passing. Call (323) 730-5300, ext 233 or email info@spcaLA.com for more information or to notify spcaLA of your intentions.
Please take note of our legal name, federal tax ID number and permanent address:
Legal name: Los Angeles Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
AKA: spcaLA, Southern California Humane Society, Los Angeles S P C A
Federal Tax ID: 95-1738153
Permanent Address: 5026 West Jefferson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90016
There are many ways to include charitable giving in your plan for the future. It is important to consult an attorney, accountant, bank trust officer or financial planner when making your estate plans. If you choose to provide for the welfare of animals by including spcaLA in your plans, please take a moment to notify us so that we can help to ensure your wishes are carried out properly. Just call our Development Department at (323) 730-5300, ext 233, email us at info@spcaLA.com, or send notification (with a copy of your estate documents) to the address above.
Please note: information on this page is intended for reference only and does not constitute legal advice.