Through our Wildlife Aid Fund we are supporting wildlife rescue & rehabilitation projects, vets and animal hospitals in need of emergency funding. We are dedicated to helping organisations who already look after our wildlife, through compassionate conservation and animal welfare, which is why we have committed to giving half of our surplus funds to our Wildlife Aid Fund.
Proceeds will be distributed to projects at ground level, where the money is most needed, with the help and advice of The WildAid Foundation Trust, Wildlife Vets International and Wetnose Animal Aid, three UK animal charities who work tirelessly to help protect wildlife both here in the UK and around the world.
WildAid provides independent wildlife rescue hospitals with equipment and resources to ensure that carers offer wildlife the best chance of returning to the wild.
Their education programs inspire thousands of young people each year about wildlife.'
Wildlife Vets International provides the veterinary support and skills to conservationists saving endangered species. Training key people in conservation medicine will contribute to sustainable, long-term solutions for saving wild animals.
Wetnose Animal Aid's mission is to raise as much money as possible for animal Rescue Centres in the UK. Although only a small organisation, they have big ideas, Wetnose Animal Aid holds a National event every Sept - 'Wetnose Day', similar to Red Nose Day but for animals.
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Don't forget that as well as supporting your favourite charity, half of the money goes to our Wildlife Aid Fund, to be distributed to Wildlife & Conservation projects.