The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, founded in 1824, is the oldest and largest animal welfare organisation in the world, and one of the largest charities in the UK. Its patron is Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. It is funded primarily by voluntary donations and, aside from its role in animal welfare and British public life, works in outreach across Europe, Africa and Asia.
How we help RSPCA
- Timely Updates
The timely emails, updates and accessible information that DeHavilland provides means that the RSPCA public affairs team are ahead of the curve. The team can prepare ahead of time and form its responses and strategy knowing that they are very well informed.
- A Team to trust
If the RSPCA public affairs team need a bit more information or an answer to a question, DeHavilland policy specialists are always there for them. The DeHavilland team understand the work of the RSPCA, and the RSPCA public affairs team have confidence and trust in the DeHavilland team.
- Never failing to plan
The RSPCA public affairs team benefit from the DeHavilland online planner. Our data means that they can plan their work in the short, medium and long term. It allows them to prioritise their workload, which is vital in a political environment that can sometimes seem reactive and sporadic, and when you need to make every moment of your work count for the organisation.
DeHavilland tracks every mention of RSPCA on social media and in press releases, and in parliamentary debates and Select Committees. They know precisely what Westminster politicians and other organisations say about them. This is a great way for the public affairs team to measure and evaluate their work and impact.
DeHavilland helps us to make the impact we do. We get time back from DeHavilland. Time that we can use for promoting the RSPCA and improving animal welfare.Claire McParlandSenior Public Affairs Manager