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Ways to support the Tomorrow's Royal appeal


Our target for the fundraising appeal is £2,500,000. There are several ways in which you can help us by donating money to the appeal, and whichever of these you use, you can name a space or objects at 15 Abchurch Lane showing your support for your Society; click this button for more details of this great opportunity:


If you have any fundraising questions, please send an email to



You can make donations in several different ways:

  • Make an online donation now by clicking this button:

  • Send a cheque to the Society (payable to Tomorrow’s Royal).
  • Use Paypal to send money to, noting your name and Tomorrow's Royal.
  • Contact the Administration Office at the Royal and provide your payment card details.


This can spread the effort.

For example:

  • £30 per month for 3 years is £1080
  • £50 per month for 2 years is £1200

Please use the appropriate donation form, available by clicking on these links:


In your will, naming the Royal Philatelic Society London as a financial beneficiary, and leaving a legacy to the Society, will entitle you to membership of the Sir Daniel Cooper Legacy circle that meets annually for discussion and refreshment.

  • Click here for Frequently Asked Questions about remembering the Society in a Will
  • Click here for a Legacy Brochure
  • Click here for a Legacy Notification form
  • Click here for a Will Codicil form

In addition to making donations of money, members may wish to donate philatelic material for a future auction sale, and buying some of the Society’s merchandise directly benefits the Tomorrow's Royal appeal.

The sheets of STOCKHOLMIA 2019 Cinderella labels, and RPSL-branded shirts and polo shirts are all available from the online Shop or from the Administration Office.

An auction took place on 8 May 2018 to launch the appeal. Click here for more details, and you can click here for a video of the first session of the auction held at Spink & Son.