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Animal shelters and charities: Wild
It is estimated that up to 100 species of plants and animals are lost every day. Help protect endangered species across the globe, study the behaviour of wild animals and help protect fragile habitats.

Registered charity
No. 1082679
ACE (Animal Care in Egypt)

ACE (Animal Care in Egypt) gives free veterinary care and treatment to all kinds of neglected and abused animals (but mainly donkeys and horses) at its Centre in Luxor, Egypt. ACE also runs an education programme with local schools to ensure better animal welfare standards in the future.


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Registered charity
No. 1086903
Animals Asia Foundation

Animals Asia is working to end the barbaric practice of bear bile farming. Its Moon Bear sanctuaries in China and Vietnam are helping to educate consumers not to buy bear bile. Animals Asia is also working to end the suffering of millions of cats and dogs in the brutal food and fur trades.


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Registered charity
No. 1068222
Animals In Need Northamptonshire

It does animal rescue and rehoming in the Northamptonshire area, and wildlife rescue


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Registered charity
No. 1121753
Animals Worldwide

it helps small indipendant animal charities worldwide continue their work, and funds one off special projects with them


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Registered charity
No. 1057061
Ape Action Africa

Ape Action Africa (formerly Cameroon Wildlife Aid Fund) rescues gorillas, chimpanzees and monkeys that have been orphaned, largely as a result of the illegal bushmeat trade in Cameroon. We have over 250 primates in our care and and we are investing in a vibrant and popular education programme, crucial to the future survival of these magnificent animals in the wild. We rely entirely on donations to fund our work so your help is vital!


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Registered charity
No. SC037857
Artemis Charitable Foundation

The Artemis Charitable Foundation was set up on behalf of Artemis Investment Management Ltd to undertake a range of charitable activities, including the sponsorship of several charitable sporting events to generate donations for Cancer Research UK, CHAS and Mercy Corps, the designated charities of the Foundation.


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Registered charity
No. 326567
The Aspinall Foundation

The Aspinall Foundation in conjunction with Howletts and Port Lympne Wild Animal Parks in Kent is devoted to saving rare and endangered animals and returning them to protected areas in the wild. These activities include the management of two gorilla rescue and rehabilitation projects in Congo and Gabon, Central Africa, where we have successfully reintroduced over fifty western lowland gorillas. Forty-three of these are wild-born gorillas, orphans of the bush meat trade.

As a charity we rely on the support of the general public to help fund our work. Working together with The Aspinall Foundation your support will make a real difference to the future of the western lowland gorilla and other endangered animals whose future is in all our hands.

Visit us today at www.aspinallfoundation.org


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Registered charity
No. 1111440
Badger Trust

The Badger Trust is a registered charity which promotes the conservation, welfare, and protection of badgers, their setts and habitats. Representing and supporting the activity of 80 local voluntary badger groups, it provides advice on all badger issues and works with government, vets, industry, animal welfare groups, the police and the wider public to fulfil its mission.


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Registered charity
No. 1012361
Bat Conservation Trust

The Bat Conservation Trust is the only national charity solely devoted to helping the UK's bats. The charity is working towards a world where bats and people live in harmony, to ensure bats are around for future generations to enjoy.


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Registered charity
No. 1119286
BBC Wildlife Fund

The BBC Wildlife Fund?s Wild campaign commences in late April 2010, leading up to Wild Night In: a live broadcast appeal on 20 June on BBC Two. We are going Wild to raise funds to help threatened wildlife and places.


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Registered charity
No. 204330
Berkshire Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust

BBOWT, The local Wildlife Trust for Berkshire Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire aims to inspire people to take action for wildlife, to create and manage nature reserves and conserve and enhance wildlife in the wider countryside.


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Registered charity
No. 802757
Body Shop Foundation

The Body Shop Foundation supports innovative global projects working in the areas of human & civil rights and environmental & animal protection. We are The Body Shop International Plc's charitable trust funded by annual donations from the company and through various fundraising initiatives.


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Registered charity
No. 1070906
Born Free Foundation

The Born Free Foundation is a dynamic international wildlife charity working throughout the wild to save lives, stop suffering, conserve species, protect wild animals and keep wildlife in the wild.


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Registered charity
No. 1099591
Borneo Orangutan Survival

BOS aims to protect the orangutan and its rainforest habitat. It runs the largest primate rescue project in the world.


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Registered charity
No. 205858
Bristol Dogs and Cats Home and RSPCA Bristol & District Branch

RSPCA Bristol & District Branch is made up of the RSPCA Bristol Animal Clinic and Bristol Dogs and Cats Home. The RSPCA Animal Clinic treats over 12,000 animals a year and provides a 24 hour veterinary service for lost, sick and injured stray animals, subsidised veterinary treatment for people on a low income, a first aid centre for wildlife casualties and ?well dog? clinics for the animals of homeless people.

Bristol Dogs & Cats Home, an integral part of the RSPCA Bristol & District Branch, has been caring for stray, unwanted and neglected cats, dogs and small animals for over 120 years. The Home provides care, shelter and a re-homing service for nearly 2,000 unwanted animals every year and is often full to capacity!

With so many animals to care for our annual running costs exceed £1.4 million. The RSPCA Bristol Branch is an independent charity which receives no funding from the National RSPCA, Government or the Lottery. We therefore rely on the support from the community through donations, legacies and fundraising events to continue our important work, giving animals in need a second chance for a happy life, free from pain or neglect.


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Registered charity
No. 326885
British Hedgehog Preservation Society

BHPS gives advice to the public about care of hedgehogs, particularly when injured, sick, orphaned, treated cruelly or in other danger; encourages the younger generation to value and respect their natural wildlife and funds research into the behavioral habits of hedgehogs to ascertain the best methods of assisting their survival.


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Registered charity
No. 205666
The British Herpetological Society

Established in 1947, the BHS was initiated to actively promote and support the study of reptiles and amphibians worldwide. The BHS focuses on education, conservation, scientific research and care in captivity. Run entirely on a voluntary basis, the society produces a number of high quality publications including the scientific Herpetological Journal.


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Registered charity
No. 1092293
Buglife

Buglife is devoted to the conservation of all invertebrates - everything from bees to beetles, and jumping spiders to jellyfish! Bugs are under threat as never before. Buglife takes action to protect threatened species and the places they live in - conserving the small things that run the world!


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Registered charity
No. 254937
Butterfly Conservation

BC is the largest insect conservation charity in Europe. It aims to conserve butterflies, moths and their habitats, running conservation programmes on over 60 threatened species. Butterflies are a crucial part of the natural heritage and are valuable indicators of a healthy environment


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Registered charity
No. 288802
Care for the Wild International

Care for the Wild International is an international wildlife charity dedicated to protecting animals from cruelty and exploitation. It provides aid to wildlife in distress and is directly involved in the fight against illegal trading in wildlife.


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Registered charity
No. 1116955
CERCOPAN

CERCOPAN is dedicated to saving West Africa's endangered primates by: Protecting rainforests through practical conservation measures; Developing local communities through sustainable livelihood projects; Rehabilitating orphaned primates from the bushmeat trade; Raising awareness about illegal hunting through education; Carrying out scientific research on rainforest flora and fauna


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Registered charity
No. SC035473
Cetacean Research and Rescue Unit

Formed in 1997, the Cetacean Research & Rescue Unit (CRRU) is a small, non-profit research organisation based in NE Scotland. Located in the beautiful heritage fishing village of Gardenstown, near Banff, on the southern coastline of the outer Moray Firth, the group is dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales, dolphins and porpoises in Scottish waters through scientific investigation, environmental education, and the provision of professional, veterinary assistance to sick, stranded and injured individuals.


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Registered charity
No. SC035473
Cetacean Research and Rescue Unit

Formed in 1997, the Cetacean Research & Rescue Unit (CRRU) is a small, non-profit research organisation based in NE Scotland. Located in the beautiful heritage fishing village of Gardenstown, near Banff, on the southern coastline of the outer Moray Firth, the group is dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales, dolphins and porpoises in Scottish waters through scientific investigation, environmental education, and the provision of professional, veterinary assistance to sick, stranded and injured individuals.


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Registered charity
No. 1105621
Colchester Zoo's Action for the Wild

Colchester Zoo's Action for the Wild provides financial and technical support to animal conservation projects worldwide. In recent years, it has donated over £200,000 to conservation projects. Action for the Wild's main project is the UmPhafa Private Nature Reserve, where it aims to release wildlife species onto the reserve.


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Registered charity
No. 1103836
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

The DSWT embraces measures for the conservation and protection of wildlife in Kenya. Including anti-poaching operations, community outreach, mobile veterinary support, and the rescue, hand-rearing and rehabilitation of elephant and rhino orphans, so that they can enjoy a quality of life in wild terms when grown.


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Registered charity
No. 1106893
David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation

Recently voted by a BBC poll as one of the most effective and popular wildlife charities in Britain, the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) is a small UK-based charity, dedicated to the long-term conservation of critically endangered mammals in the wild and the benefit of the local people who share their environment.DSWF is a small wildlife charity with a big impact. It supports a range of innovative and far reaching projects to protect endangered mammals, such as tigers, elephants and rhinos, throughout Africa and Asia


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Registered charity
No. 279598
Dotty Rhino - George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust

Dotty Rhino?s aim is to raise awareness and educate in support of the George Adamson Wildlife Protection Trust (GAWPT). Each ?dotty rhino? character represents a real-life animal that lives and breathes in the Mkomazi Game Reserve, Northern Tanzania. It protects endangered species such as black rhino and wild dog...


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Registered charity
No. 279598
Dotty Rhino - George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust

Dotty Rhino?s aim is to raise awareness and educate in support of the George Adamson Wildlife Protection Trust (GAWPT). Each ?dotty rhino? character represents a real-life animal that lives and breathes in the Mkomazi Game Reserve, Northern Tanzania. It protects endangered species such as black rhino and wild dog...


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Registered charity
No. 1121989
The Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust UK

This charity supports conservation projects in Jersey and Overseas which continues the work of our great predecessor, Gerald Durrell, and helps to save endangered species which would otherwise become extinct.


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Registered charity
No. 1115350
E.A.S.T

To Promote the conservation of endangered Asian species. To advance the the education about and research into endangered Asian species


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Registered charity
No. 1117113
Eden Animal Rescue

Eden Animal Rescue operates in the Eden District of Cumbria and our aims are to help neglected or unwanted animals and to arrange the provision of loving homes for them.


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Registered charity
No. 1091671
Elephant Family

The Asian elephant is a truly magnificent creature. But sadly it?s on the brink of extinction, marooned in ever-decreasing pockets of forest by the spread of human settlements, farming, mining and railways.

In the past 100 years, the elephant population in Asia has shrunk by 90%. In another 30 years, it could easily vanish altogether.

So please join us to turn this around and save the Asian elephant. We?re the only charity in the UK that?s dedicated solely to this cause ? and we rely on the efforts of our entire family network to help us succeed.


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Registered charity
No. 1122027
Elephants For Africa

Elephants for Africa supports the advancement of education and research for the benefit of the public in the conservation and protection and monitoring of the African elephant.


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Registered charity
No. 210065
Essex Wildlife Trust

Essex Wildlife Trust is the leading conservation body in Essex, with over 35,000 members and 485 corporate members. Essex Wildlife Trust have 7 visitor centres, 87 nature reserves, 1 nature park and manage 7,200 acres of land. Over 25,000 adults and children are educated every year. Essex Wildlife Trust is committed to Protecting Wildlife for the Future.


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Registered charity
No. 1091283
European Nature Trust

The European Nature Trusts provides funding to a number of initiatives in forestry, wildlife and education. Some of the Trust's most exciting work can be seen at the Alladale Wilderness Reserve in the Scottish Highlands where it is supports reforesting, the reintroduction of wild animals and the education of young people.


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Registered charity
No. 1073859
Falklands Conservation

Falklands Conservation takes action for wildlife in the Falkland Islands, a UK Overseas Territory. It undertakes practical conservation work, rescues oiled penguins, aims to reduce the killing of albatross by fisheries in the South Atlantic, studies the unique and native species of the Islands and campaigns for their protection.


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Registered charity
No. 1011102
Fauna & Flora International

Fauna & Flora International (FFI) is the world?s longest established international conservation body, founded 100 years ago. Renowned for its science-based approach, FFI has pioneered sustainable conservation work that tackles problems holistically, providing solutions that simultaneously help wildlife, humans and the environment.


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Registered charity
No. 328176
Friends of Conservation

International wildlife charity working with communities around the world to protect endangered species and habitats. The Charity recognises that if conservation programmes are to succeed then the needs of local people are kept in balance with those of endangered species and habitats.


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Registered charity
No. 1068731
Friends of RSPCA Southridge

The Friends of RSPCA Southridge Animal Centre is a fundraising group of volunteers, whose aim is to raise money desperately needed to ensure the Centre can provide medical treatment for all the animals in its care. The Friends of RSPCA Southridge hope that you will pay the Centre a visit to see how important your support is.


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Registered charity
No. 1034370
Galapagos Conservation Trust

The Galapagos Conservation Trust (GCT) is a UK charity which works to contribute to the successful management of the Galapagos ecosystem as well as raising awareness of, and funds for, the conservation needs of Galapagos. The GCT is the primary source of information and comment in the UK on conservation in the Galapagos Islands.


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Registered charity
No. 1111663
Gearing Up 4 Gorillas (G4G)

G4G provides equipment and funds for the rangers of Virunga National Park, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo who job it is to protect the critically endangered mountain gorilla, in the 'Mikeno' gorilla sector. Militia groups, poachers and charcoal burners provide a very dangerous backdrop for rangers and gorillas. You can help....


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Registered charity
No. 1129334
Giraffe Conservation Foundation

The Giraffe Conservation Foundation's vision is that of a sustainable future where all giraffe populations and (sub)species are protected and secure in the wild. GCF's aim is to fund research and conservation to ensure the long term survival of all African Giraffes.


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Registered charity
No. 328126
Global Tiger Patrol

Global Tiger Patrol (GTP) works to conserve tigers in the wild. GTP supports community activities to save the tiger, scientific research and the efforts of local guides and naturalists.


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Registered charity
No. 1119706
Globalteer

Globalteer works closely with local projects and communities around the world with the aim to alleviate poverty and environmental degradation. The main focus is through education, health care, nutrition, income generation and conservation.


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Registered charity
No. 232580
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust

Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s vision is for a Gloucestershire richer in wildlife that is understood, valued and sustained by the organisations, people and communities living here. It manages over 70 nature reserves (2,500 acres), educate over 3,000 children a year, have more than 20,000 subscribing members and over 300 regular volunteers.


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Registered charity
No. 1117131
The Gorilla Organization

The Gorilla Organization works to protect the endangered mountain gorilla in its native habitat. It also works to ensure that local people benefit from their unique natural heritage. The Organization, founded by the late Dian Fossey who lived with the gorillas, is involved in education, conservation and public awareness.


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Registered charity
No. 1115822
H.A.T.UK

HAT raises funds to help improve the lives of animals in Nepal. It carries out animal birth control and educational programmes, and offers a rescue service for street cats and dogs which have no access to veterinary care.


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Registered charity
No. XT24136
Harnas Wildlife Foundation

Harnas Wildlife Foundation is concerned with the protection and conservation of African wildlife in Namibia. Over the past 30 years, lions, leopards, cheetahs and wild dogs to the smallest surricate have all made Harnas their home after being neglected, abused or abandoned


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Registered charity
No. 1066760
Hart Wildlife Rescue

HART Wildlife Rescue is the only dedicated centre in Hampshire that provides a rescue, treatment and rehabilitation service for wildlife.The centre deals with over 1,000 casualties every year and HART are currently fundraising for a new purpose-built hopsital and education facility to better relieve the suffering of wildlife.


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Registered charity
No. 220173
Herefordshire Nature Trust

The Herefordshire Nature Trust is one of the 47 Wildlife Trusts who protect local wildlife and wild places. The Trust owns and manages nature reserves, works with others including farmers and local communities to manage their land for wildlife and campaigns for better protection of the natural environment.


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Registered charity
No. 1118277
International Animal Rescue

At International Animal Rescue we do exactly what our name says: we save animals from suffering around the world. We cut free dancing bears in India; rescue primates from the animal traders in Indonesia; save migrating birds from the guns of Malta and provide veterinary care for stray dogs and cats in developing countries. When we can, we release rescued animals back into the wild but, if that?s not possible, we give them a safe haven for life in one of our sanctuaries.


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Registered charity
No. 272723
International Primate Protection League

The International Primate Protection League (IPPL) was established in 1973 and is the only organisation in the world working to protect and conserve all species of non-human primate, from the pygmy marmoset to the mountain gorilla.


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Registered charity
No. 1106269
International Tree Foundation

The International Tree Foundation (ITF) plants, protects and promotes trees around the world in partnership with local communities, addressing three main areas of impact: • Poverty alleviation: through sustainable forestry. • Biodiversity conservation: protection of threatened forest ecosystems. • Environmental justice: empowerment and education of communities.


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Registered charity
No. 1123430
The Jill Martin Fund for Tortoise Welfare and Conservation

The fund helps various aspects of tortoise welfare and conservation.


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Registered charity
No. 1126939
The Jim Cronin Memorial Fund

The Jim Cronin Memorial Fund has been set up to rescue, rehabilitation, conservation, preservation and care of Primates and to advance the education about and research into primates.


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Registered charity
No. 239992
Kent Wildlife Trust

Kent Wildllife Trust is the leading conservation charity in Kent and Medway. It aims to save, restore and protect precious habitats for the benefit of wildlife.


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Registered charity
No. 1095234
The League Trust

The League Against Cruel Sports is a campaigning organisation that works tirelessly to put an end to animal cruelty through "sports" such as hunting with dogs, live gamebird shooting and trophy hunting abroad. The League's campaigns receive no government or lottery funding and rely solely on the generosity of animal lovers nationwide.


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Registered charity
No. 1069800
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy works as a catalyst for the conservation of wildlife and its habitat. It does this through the protection and management of species, the initiation and support of community conservation and development programmes, and the education of neighbouring areas in the value of wildlife.


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Registered charity
No. 1064641
LifeForce

LifeForce Charitable Trust is an environmental charity focussing on tiger conservation in India, initiating and supporting various conservation projects within and around Tiger Reserves. These include providing alternative resources to tribal people still directly dependent on forest resources as well as education, medicine and employment schemes.


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Registered charity
No. 516674
Lluest Horse and Pony Trust

The Lluest Horse and Pony Trust runs a rescue centre for horses, ponies and donkies in the Black Mountains of Carmarthenshire. It aims to restore animals to full health and find them loving foster homes, or alternatively provide them with a safe haven for the rest of their natural lives.


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Registered charity
No. 1087273
London Wildcare

London Wildcare helps sick, injured and orphaned wild animals from across our capital city and beyond. The dedicated team of staff and volunteers rely upon public generosity alone to carry on this vital work. Please support them-Thank You


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Registered charity
No. 283895
London Wildlife Trust

London Wildlife Trust is the only charity dedicated to protecting the capital's wildlife and wild spaces - managing over fifty London-wide nature reserves and campaigning to save important wildlife habitats. The Trust engages London's diverse communities through access to its nature reserves, volunteering programmes and education work.


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Registered charity
No. 1130369
Maldives Whale Shark Research Programme

The MWSRP was originally formed to protect the whale shark. The research has led to the MWSRP developing and managing the largest Marine Protected Area in the Maldives. Future goals - reduce habitat disturbance, introduce waste management systems and provide education opportunities.


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Registered charity
No. 252594
Margaret Green Animal Rescue

Margaret Green Animal Rescue is an animal welfare charity with 3 sites in Dorset and Devon. MGAR rescue and rehome more than 1200 animals per year and are open to the public (Church Knowle site has 35 acres to wander round). With more animals needing care they do need your support to ensure their work continues.


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Registered charity
No. 275433
Marwell Wildlife

Marwell Wildlife is a charity dedicated to the conservation of biological and other natural resources. This is achieved through a portfolio of international and local conservation and education programmes, including the operation of a large zoological park near Winchester in the South of England.


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Registered charity
No. 1109558
MONA-UK (primate rescue charity)

MONA-UK is dedicated to the rescue of primates suffering in captivity. MONA has established one of the few primate rescue centres in Europe, situated in Northern Spain, where we provide primates with a permanent home where they can forage, climb and play for the rest of their lives.


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Registered charity
No. 1102532
The Monkey Sanctuary Trust

Wild Futures (formerly The Monkey Sanctuary Trust) is a UK registered charity founded upon almost five decades of experience as a leader in the field of primate welfare and conservation, environmental education, and sustainable practice. The charity operates a sanctuary in Cornwall, caring for unwanted and ex-pet monkeys in need of a safe home for life.


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Registered charity
No. 1115926
Oak & Furrows Wildlife Rescue Centre

Caring for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife casualties, providing awareness of wildlife issues and education through talks and work experience placements.


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Registered charity
No. 1092640
Orangutan Appeal UK

The Orangutan Appeal UK is a registered charity based in the south of England, dedicated to the rehabilitation and preservation of Orangutans and the conservation of their habitat. The Appeal strives to protect remaining wild populations of orangutans by providing support and funding for projects across Malaysian and Indonesian Borneo; and by raising awareness of the plight of this great ape across the globe. The Appeal is also authorised to support the Famous Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre.


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Registered charity
No. 1095660
Orangutan Foundation

The Orangutan Foundation is the world's foremost orangutan conservation organisation. We are saving Asia's endangered great apes by protecting their tropical forest habitat, working with local communities and promoting research and education.

The approach of the Orangutan Foundation goes beyond that of purely protecting the orangutan. Critically it also includes a recognition that orangutan habitat is unique in it's richness of biodiversity and crucial for local communities, who are as dependant on the forest as is the orangutan.

Conservation is more than protecting a species, it is about saving nature which includes us, 'the fifth ape'. The efforts of all of us to prevent global warming will be seen as a defining moment in history, for humanity's sake and for the health of the whole planet. Tropical forests can play a significant role in guarding against climate change.


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Registered charity
No. 1131878
Orangutan Land Trust

Its objective is to provide permanent solutions for the long-term survival of the orangutan in the wild by ensuring safe areas of land for their continued existence.


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Registered charity
No. 1098765
ORCA

The marine conservation charity dedicated to forging links between people and the sea. ORCA is committed to the study of cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) and promoting their conservation through enthusing, inspiring and educating others


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Registered charity
No. 1131614
Our Disappearing Planet

TO PROMOTE FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT THE PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION OF ENDANGERED ANIMALS AND THEIR HABITAT BY MAKING GRANTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANISATIONS FOR THAT PURPOSE


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Registered charity
No. 1119551
Panthera Wildlife Trust

Panthera saves in situ populations of the world’s 36 species of wild cats and the landscapes they inhabit in all regions of the world.


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Registered charity
No. 1108662
Project African Wilderness

Project African Wilderness is working hard to save the stunning Mwabvi Wildlife Reserve in Malawi from being destroyed by encroachment and poaching. From our base on the edge of the Reserve we are working with other local people to protect the great range of biodiversity, bring back the Black Rhino and other larger mammals and provide clean safe water, training and a range of different employment opportunities.


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Registered charity
No. 237696
Raystede Centre For Animal Welfare Limited

Raystede aims to prevent and relieve cruelty to animals and to protect them from unnecessary suffering. Over 1500 unwanted and abandoned animals arrive at the centre annually. Dogs, cats and other companion animals are found new caring homes while others remain in Raystede's care for the rest of their days.The Raystede Centre relies totally on voluntary support.


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Registered charity
No. 1116947
Red Squirrel Survival Trust

The Red Squirrel Survival Trust is a national body established to ensure the conservation and protection of the the red squirrel in the UK.


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Registered charity
No. 1105654
The Retreat Animal Rescue

The Retreat Animal Rescue is entirely voluntary and rescues farmed, domestic and wild animals. All donations go directly to the welfare of the animals in its care and to those needing help in the future. Thank you for helping them to help abused, sick, injured and unwanted animals.


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Registered charity
No. 1047083
Rhino Ark

Rhino Ark raises money for the building of the one of the world's largest eco-fences, designed to fence in Kenya?s Aberdare National Park and surrounding indigenous State forest land, which together comprise a total of 2000 km2. This area is now described as the Abedare Conservation Area (ACA). This not only provides an "ark" for endangered species, such as rhino and bongo, but preserves one of Africa's greatest eco-systems.


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Registered charity
No. 210743
RSPCA Canterbury And District Branch

The RSPCA Canterbury branch is responsible for raising all the funds it requires to provide care and shelter to needy animals within our area. We rely on donations as we receive no external funding and nearly everyone involved with the branch works as a volunteer. We are currently in the process of building a much needed animal centre near Canterbury that will provide accommodation for 40 cats, 20 dogs and a number of small furries.


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Registered charity
No. 222620
RSPCA Derby and District Branch

The branch objectives are to use all lawful means to prevent cruelty, promote kindness and alleviate the suffering of animals. The animal centre cares for abandoned or mistreated animals and operates a rehoming programme.


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Registered charity
No. 232225
RSPCA Hull And East Riding

The RSPCA in Hull and East Riding works to promote kindness and prevent and oppose cruelty to animals throughout Hull and the East Riding. It apromotes responsible pet ownership, through education, and delivers effective relief of animal suffering. At our centre on Clough Road we look after injured, neglected or unwanted animals and find them new loving homes.


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Registered charity
No. 210633
RSPCA Kent North West Branch

The RSPCA Kent North West Branch promotes animal welfare within its area. The Branch is currently raising funds to build and run its own animal centre and this will be entirely funded by donations and the income from its two charity shops.


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Registered charity
No. 212444
RSPCA London South East Branch

The RSPCA London South East branch is a very active charity, doing a wide range of animal welfare work in the local community, including microchipping, rescue, rehoming, advice, fund-raising, neutering schemes and many other animal welfare activities. It has one shop and hopes to add more to finance its local animal welfare work.


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Registered charity
No. 210634
RSPCA Mid Essex

It's chief aim is to create an awareness of, and to prevent, cruelty to animals. It provides veterinary treatment at it?s Clinic in Great Baddow and raises funds through the RSPCA shop in Chelmsford and various fundraising events. It also supports RSPCA Inspectors and assists in re-homing.


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Registered charity
No. 232257
RSPCA Rochdale Branch

We care for abused, abandoned and neglected animals with the eventual aim of rehoming to a suitable, loving home. We promote the work and objects of the national RSPCA but with particular reference to the area of the branch.


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Registered charity
No. 264783
RSPCA Somerset East

It helps people with animals on low incomes, homeless or travelling communities. It cares for unwanted animals endeavouring to find new homes where possible and it ensures that whenever possible it prevents an animal from suffering.


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Registered charity
No. 226284
RSPCA Stockport, East Cheshire And West Derbyshire Branch

Protecting animals from cruelty and harm and providing new homes for them and vetinary treatment in the Stockport, Marple, New Mills areas of Derbyshire and East Cheshire. All the money is spent direct on animal welfare as the group is made up of volunteers and it receives no goverment or lottery support.


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Registered charity
No. 232258
RSPCA, Southport, Birkdale And District Branch

We are a Branch of the RSPCA but we are an autonomous Registered Charity. We accept needy animals for which we have room and care for them temporarily while we find new homes for them - which we do at the rate of about 100 a month. The majority are, of course, cats and dogs but we can also accommodate a small number of rabbits, birds and other small animals. All of our animals have been rescued.


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Registered charity
No. 1035072
Save the Rhino International

Save the Rhino International works to conserve genetically viable populations of critically endangered rhinoceros species in the wild. We do this by fundraising for and making grants to rhino- and community-based conservation projects in Africa and Asia.


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Registered charity
No. 1110501
Sea Shepherd UK

Sea Shepherd UK supports the work of the International Charity protecting marine wildlife and habitats. In the UK, research and education support the outreach and fundraising initiatives.


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Registered charity
No. 1097119
Secret World Wildlife Rescue

Secret World Wildlife Rescue is a 24 hour rescue centre specialising in the rescue, rehabilitation and release of British wildlife and helps care for over 3 000 animals each year.


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Registered charity
No. 1110494
Sindisa Foundation

"Conservation and Community". African wildlife conservation, environmental education and rural development. The focus is on programmes that support protected wildlife areas and the rural communities living on their borders in Zimbabwe and Namibia. Sindisa assists in initiating projects, coordinates the efficient distribution of financial and material resources and monitors their effectiveness.


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Registered charity
No. SC036819
South Georgia Heritage Trust

South Georgia Heritage Trust promotes for the public benefit, the conservation and protection of the physical and natural environment and surrounding waters of South Georgia - and advances the education of the public in the island's historical heritage.


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Registered charity
No. 1085600
Sumatran Orangutan Society

The Sumatran Orangutan Society (SOS) is committed to the conservation and welfare of critically endangered Sumatran orangutans and their rainforest habitat. There are now less than 6,650 Sumatran orangutans remaining in the wild. Unless urgent action is taken, they may be the first Great Ape to go extinct.


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Registered charity
No. 1104152
Support Adoption For Pets

Support Adoption For Pets believe that every pet deserves to live a happy and healthy life. Every year thousands of pets end up without a home, due to a change in their owners circumstances. Support Adoption For Pets have made it their mission to help these abandoned pets find new and happy homes.


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Registered charity
No. 208123
Surrey Wildlife Trust

Surrey Wildlife Trust is a registered charity and the only organisation concerned solely with the conservation of all forms of wildlife in Surrey. We care for more than 9000 hectares of Surrey's countryside and our mission is to protect and regenerate Surrey's wildlife.


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Registered charity
No. 298352
Three Owls Bird Sanctuary & Reserve

The aims of the Charity (est. 1962) is to provide a secure habitat for wild birds in distress, through use of it's 3 acre nature reserve. Our website www.threeowls.co.uk has a wealth of information to assist if you find an injured or distressed wild bird, and you can always email for detailed advice. Previously we also ran a wild bird hospital and aviary service, though sadly despite a lengthy battle, this was strangled by Red Tape and ceased in February 2010.


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Registered charity
No. 286447
Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital

Tiggywinkles is the World's busiest Wildlife Hospital, rescuing over 10,000 sick, injured and orphaned wild animals every year. Their 24 hour service enables them to care for all species of British wildlife, including hedgehogs, badgers, wild birds and even toads, and they deal with 70,000 emergency phone calls every year.


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Registered charity
No. 1120789
The Tree of Life for Animals

The Tree of Life for Animals (TOLFA) is a grassroots organization in India set up to improve the suffering seen in stray animals residing on every street. By reducing numbers through sterilization, providing rescue and veterinary care to those that are ailing and vaccination to prevent disease, the lives of these animals can be dramatically improved.


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Registered charity
No. 803118
Tusk Trust

Protecting Wildlife ? Supporting Communities ? Promoting Education Tusk is a dynamic organsiation with twenty years experience initiating and funding conservation and community programmes throughout Africa. The charity, whose Royal Patron is Prince William, has an extensive range of projects intended not only to protect wildlife, but also to promote education and alleviate poverty through sustainable development amongst rural communities.


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Registered charity
No. 1091253
TWINKLE TRUST

TO HELP STRAY AND ABANDONED CATS, TO RELIEVE THIER SUFFERING FROM DISEASE, STARVATION AND NEGLECT. OUR MAIN AIM IS TO KEEP THE FERAL CAT POPULATION UNDER CONTROL BY HUMANLEY STERILISING THEM AND TO RAISE AWARENESS OF THE NEEDS OF SUCH CATS.


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Registered charity
No. 1087295
Uganda Conservation Foundation (UCF)

Achieving the balance ? between human development and wildlife and habitat conservation ? in a country with the world?s third highest population growth rate is critical. This is the aim of the Uganda Conservation Foundation.

Working with the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA), UCF aims to sensitise communities and demonstrate through practical projects how people can gain financial benefits from conservation.

UCF?s current challenge is assisting UWA in the recovery of the 400km≤ Dura sector north of Lake George, where wildlife has literally been wiped out by poaching. The Dura project is an extension of the successful Waterways project, which is combating ivory poaching, bushmeat smoking, live animal trafficking and illegal fishing across Lakes Edward, George and Albert.

Other successful projects include measures to reduce elephant crop raiding. Since the excavation of 30km trenches and erection of 13 elephant fences no retaliatory killings of elephants have been reported. Farmers are now harvesting their crops, allowing children to attend secondary school rather than guard crops, proving that simple low-tech solutions can make a massive difference to rural communities? quality of life.

To read more about how UCF works to improve the lives of communities and protect wildlife visit www.ugandacf.org


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Registered charity
No. 702888
Vale Wildlife Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre

Vale Wildlife was set up in 1984 to help the many thousands of mammals & birds injured in the UK every year. The main aim is to treat & rehabilitate casualties with the main aim being to release them back into the wild once fully recovered.


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Registered charity
No. 1127029
Watchtree Nature Reserve & The Watchtree Wheelers

Specialist in providing cycling opportunities for disabled and disadvantaged people in a safe and natural environment


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Registered charity
No. 1014705
Whale And Dolphin Conservation Society

WDCS is the global voice for the protection of whales, dolphins and their environment. We take action to stop the threats that whales and dolphins face, to protect them and the places they live, and to reach out to as many people as possible, connecting with supporters around the world. For more information about our work visit www.wdcs.org.uk


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Registered charity
No. 1077041
Wild Trout Trust

Founded in 1995, The Wild Trout Trust (WTT) is a registered charity that works to conserve wild trout throughout the UK and Ireland by encouraging people to protect and restore their habitat. We're small, efficient and focused: with lots of voluntary support we act as catalyst for national ans local enthusiasm, stimulating hands-on habitat improvements at a community level.


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Registered charity
No. 1030884
Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

The Wildfowl & Wetland Trust (WWT) is an international leader in the development and protection of wetland habitats and the wildlife they support throughout the world. Founded in 1946 by the naturalist and artist Sir Peter Scott, the Trust?s national network of nine wetland visitor centres inspires over one million visitors a year.


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Registered charity
No. 297610
Wildlife Aid

Wildlife Aid is a registered charity dedicated to the rescue, care and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned British wildlife.


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Registered charity
No. wildcru(exempt)
Wildlife Conservation Research Unit

WildCRU is Europe?s leading university based conservation research unit. It seeks practical solutions to wildlife conservation and environmental management problems. Its key objective is to underpin actions based on excellent science. WildCRU strives towards a Conservation Quartet connecting research, education, community involvement and implementation in all its field projects, which extend worldwide. While part of the University of Oxford, it funds itself and constantly seeks new benefactors. It is currently in the midst of a major appeal detailed further on www.wildcru.org.


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Registered charity
No. 1104420
Wildlife Heritage Foundation

WHF is concerned with conservation and protection of endangered big cats both in captivity and in the wild. We have a breeding centre in Kent with Sumatran tigers, Amur leopards, snow leopards, cheetah and Amur tigers. The centre is not open to the general public.


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Registered charity
No. 1115422
Wildlife In Peril Emergency Fund

BRINGING TO THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC, THE THREATS FACING ENDANGERED SPECIES AND THROUGH MONEY RAISED BY THE CHARITY, GRANTS ARE MADE TO EXISTING PROJECTS FOR THE PRESERVATION OF TIGERS.


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Registered charity
No. 1074459
Wildlife Protection Society of India UK

WPSI, founded by Belinda Wright, supports wildlife conservation issues throughout India, campaigning for and protecting endangered species, notably the tiger, by investigating poaching networks and the escalating illegal wildlife trade. It encourages law enforcement and prosecution by government authorities, and gives material support, training and information to India's remaining tiger reserves.


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Registered charity
No. 1000412
The Wildlife Trust BCNP

The Wildlife Trust works for a better future for wildlife across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire and Peterborough. It manages 129 nature reserves, protects rare species and fights to save the countryside where it is threatened. It involves people in every aspect of its work encouraging everyone to enjoy the wildlife around them.


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Registered charity
No. 1109670
Wildlife Vets International

Wildlife Vets International is a registered conservation charity that provides expert veterinary support to endangered animal projects, all over the world. As well as responding to emergencies affecting endangered species, it provides vital expert training and equipment to biologists and vets working with conservation projects in the UK and overseas.


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Registered charity
No. 1075441
Wildlifeline

Wildlifeline is a UK conservation charity dedicated to saving endangered species from extinction by protecting areas of critical habitat that support them.


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Registered charity
No. 266202
Wiltshire Wildlife Trust Ltd

The Wiltshire Wildlife Trust aims to create a sustainable future for both wildlife and people. We manage around 40 reserves in the county and have a big impact at both a local and a national level. From Dormice to otters, from rare birds to water voles, the Trust is working to encourage repopulation of areas from which Wiltshire's animals have disappeared.


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Registered charity
No. 1001291
World Land Trust

The World Land Trust is an international conservation organisation working to preserve the world's most biologically important and threatened lands. Supported by Sir David Attenborough and working with local organisations in Central and South America, the Philippines and India, the trust has helped protect over 375,000 acres of threatened wildlife habitats since its foundation in 1989.


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Registered charity
No. 1100485
Worldwide Veterinary Service

WVS is committed to improving the treatment and welfare of all animal species throughout the world.The main emphasis is on providing a sustainable veterinary resource in the form of volunteer teams, drugs, equipment and advice to assist animal charities and non-profit organisations around the world.


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Registered charity
No. 257843
Worthing & District Animal Rescue Service (WADARS)

WADARS is a Worthing (UK) based Charity established in 1969. The main objectives of the Charity are the rescue and rehabilitation of wildlife and the rescue and rehoming of domestic animals. We rely solely on Membership, Donations, Legacies and Fund Raising to keep us running.


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Registered charity
No. 1081849
WSPA

WSPA is an animal welfare charity working for a world where animal welfare matters, and animal cruelty ends. WSPA's animal welfare programmes include a mix of direct fieldwork, campaigning, education, training and member society development. The charity is best known for it's work with bears but it helps all kinds of animals all over the world.


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Registered charity
No. 1081247
WWF-UK

WWF is the world's largest and most experienced independent conservation organisation. WWF's vision is to have a world in which humans live in harmony with nature, where wildlife thrives and where the wonders of nature are appreciated as a natural asset.


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Registered charity
No. 210807
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is the leading independent environmental organisation in the county. We have worked hard for the past 60 years with and for local people to conserve wild Yorkshire’s beautiful and diverse living landscape. We look after over 80 nature reserves, protecting more than 2000 hectares of the regions most precious wild places which might otherwise be lost.


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Registered charity
No. 208728
Zoological Society Of London

The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) works to protect animals and their habitats around the world. ZSL field staff are active in over 30 countries. Their scientists lead the way in conservation research, while at London Zoo and Whipsnade Wild Animal Park they care for over 650 species of animal.


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