Donate to an Appeal

Wildlife need our help:

  • As volunteers, to join in conservation efforts to create or care for wildlife habitat, or to look after wildlife in our gardens and by volunteering to change our lifestyle habits 
  • As donors:  to donate to appeals, to sponsor rangers, to join "buy an acre" opportunities, to become members so that wildlife habitat can be protected and wildlife can survive and thrive.  

There's no doubt about it, conservation needs us all to dig deep and donate to appeals.  This page has a number of appeals you can support.   
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Last year, we watched a world on fire from the Arctic to Australasia.  So the World Land Trust want to give their conservation partners all the support they need to stop the flames, by funding vital training, community support and equipment needed to monitor, tackle and extinguish the small sparks that can lead to devastating and huge wildfires.  Find out more

The Trust is working on an ambitious island restoration project on Floreana.  It is seeking to reforest the lowlands, ensure the survival of endangered species, reintroduce native species and improve sustainable livelihoods for locals. A £50 donation will help restore one hectare. Find out more.

Help Birdwatch Ireland fight on behalf of the birds relying on Ireland’s farmlands for their survival.  The Skylark, Corncrake, Curlew, Yellowhammer, Twite, Barn Owl, Whinchat and Lapwing and Kestrel all need help.   Find out more about the appeal here

Ausewell Wood in Devon consists of 342 acres of wood and heath, along the River Dart.  It’s a haven for some of the UK’s most endangered wildlife, including raptors, bats and the hazel dormouse.  The Trust's appeal supports its restoration.  Find out more here.

WWT (that's the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust) has an emergency appeal to help it continue with its conservation work, having been badly hit by Covid-19.  Help maintain vital food supplies for the world’s rarest bird, the Madagascar pochard, safeguard the summer breeding grounds for Bewick’s swans and protect endangered curlews across farmed and lowland areas of England. Find out more and donate here

The Marine Conservation Society wants to help vital seagrass around the south coast of England to recover. Amongst other sea life, seagrass is important for the spiny seahorse and the short snouted seahorse.  £10 could help replant 1 square meter of seagrass;  £30 could help cultivate 10,000 seagrass plants.  Find out more and donate here

Help the WWT save this special bird from extinction

Help the Woodland Trust create the largest new native forest in England.

Become a Guardian of the Lamandau Wildlife Reserve and help protect orangutans, protecting their forest

The Wildlife Trusts have a range of appeals so you can choose whether you want to save  a species, restore nature reserves, bring people closer to nature or campaign for wildlife and wild places. 

The Rainforest Trust focuses on saving real acres of rainforest through land purchases and designations.