Your donation makes a difference, whether it’s money or gifts in kind:
- £3 covers the cost of caring for a recovering baby bird for a week
- £12 will feed one otter cub for a day
- £20 will allow us to place a deer, injured in a road collision, on a drip
- £50 will enable us to x-ray an otter or badger hit by a car
- £80 will cover the care of an underweight hedgehog over the winter
- £150 would pay for an operation on a swan that has swallowed discarded fishing tackle
- £350 is the cost of purchasing one incubator for an orphan
- £500 would help to raise an orphaned owl and support its release back into the wild
- £1000 is the total cost of rescuing an orphaned badger cub, providing specialist milk feed and caring for this animal through to release back into the wild
Please donate whatever you can – every penny makes a difference. Thank you for anything you can give.
You can help support wildlife in the following ways:
Buy a brick as a lasting memory in our Jubilee Pathway. Download and complete the Jubilee Pathway 2017 order form
Buy one of our bee friendly plants to encourage wildlife onsite. Download and complete the Border planting order form
Check out our Amazon wish list – we keep this up-to-date with items we need
Use your mobile to send us a donation. Text SWWR and the donation amount to 70070
Somerset West Lottery supports many charities in the local area. As one of the good causes, you can buy a lottery ticket and be in with a chance of winning big at the same time as supporting wildlife. Visit www.somersetwestlottery.co.uk/support/secret-world-wildlife-rescue and get your ticket today.
Adoptions make great gifts for birthdays, anniversaries, christenings, wedding presents, retirement and leaving presents and for Christmas. By adopting an animal you are supporting wildlife throughout the year and beyond, particularly if you sign up via a direct debit payment. Download an Adoption Form today or visit the Adoption page for more information.
Monthly or regular donations help to rescue and care for wildlife throughout the year, from the cold winter months where animals struggle to find sufficient food, to spring when we have an influx of orphans to rear, through to summer and autumn when wildlife face the challenge of injury through garden maintenance activity and discarded litter, road traffic accidents and nest disturbance. Choose your monthly donation today.