Secret World works in partnership with a wide range of organisations whose vital support enables us to continue our vital work to rescue, rehabilitate and release British wildlife.

We are grateful to the following organisations who contribute both financially and through gifts in kind to help save wild animals.

 

Brinsea Incubation Specialists

Secret World have forged a partnership with Brinsea Products Ltd in Weston-Super-Mare for the supply of state-of-the-art incubators that we constantly need to be able to care for birds and small mammals effectively and safely.

Heritage Lottery Fund

With the award of a Heritage Lottery Fund grant, we are delivering an extensive learning programme at Secret World, aiming to reconnect the public with nature and engaging children with wildlife. Through our on-site learning activities, we are able to engender a sense of empathy, compassion and interest in our local wildlife and habitats.

Diverse Fine Food

Diverse came to know Secret World as so many do – by bringing injured wildlife to us to care for. Named as their charity partner, TeamD have pledged to raise £40,000 in their Silver Challenge for Secret World, competing in 40 endurance challenges during 2017/18. Diverse currently donates all short-dated stock to Secret World and the charity sells the products to staff and visitors to raise funds.  Furry residents have also been known to enjoy an artisan treat or two!

Centaur Services

Centaur Services is one of the UK’s leading veterinary wholesalers and a long-time partner with Secret World. Providing gifts in kind, Centaur help us achieve high standards of care and treatment whilst keeping costs to a minimum. Their staff are also active volunteers with Secret World, often joining us to help out at our Open Days.

TECNI Inspired Solutions

TECNI Ltd are fortunate to be located on the doorstep of the beautiful Somerset levels and to be able to appreciate the wealth of wildlife and species found in the area.  “We chose to support Secret World Wildlife Rescue because of their untiring commitment to the protection of the local wildlife and treatment of sick or wounded wild animals.”