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The Vegetarian Society – Help Get Food On People’s Tables

Can you help people who need food? The Vegetarian Society are raising £15,000 to send out meals to people using housing associations and food banks nationally. More people are struggling to feed...

SEED Madagascar – Food Distribution Anosy

Southern Madagascar is currently experiencing extreme food shortages and rising prices caused by the economic impact of COVID-19 and seasonal drought. At present, 1.5 million people in the region, approximately half the...

Just One Ocean – Plastic Pollution

More than 8 million tonnes of plastic end up in our oceans every year Did you know that we manufacture just under 300 million tonnes of plastic a year – that is equivalent to...

Cuan Wildlife – New Badger Cub Rehabilitation Pen

Cuan Wildlife Rescue currently have 24 badger cubs in care. Many of these have been orphaned and have been hand reared by us. Each year we rehabilitate many badger cubs and currently...

Froglife: Striving to Protect the UK’s Amphibians and Reptiles

Globally, about 20 percent of evaluated reptiles are threatened with extinction, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature's Red List.The situation is even worse for amphibians with more than 41...

Charity Spotlight: Brent Lodge Wildlife Hospital

We sat down with our friends at Brent Lodge Wildlife Hospital to find out more about what they do and how we can help….. Please tell us briefly about Brent Lodge and the...

The Mammal Society – Are Britain’s Wild Animals Eating Plastic?

The Mammal Society, with support from Waitrose & Partners’ Golden Jubilee Trust scheme and the University of Sussex, have launched a new project to investigate the impact of plastic pollution on Britain’s...

Butterfly Conservation – Threatened moth brought back from the brink of extinction

As part of a pioneering conservation project called Back from the Brink (funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund) wildlife charity Butterfly Conservation worked with an array of partners between July 2017 to Feb 2021...
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