Every penny you raise helps to create a world where healthy wetland nature thrives and enriches lives.

Your support whether £10 or £10,000 will go towards helping us create, restore and protect more wetland habitats. You will be helping to protect these places for generations to come.

Follow our step by step guide below or go straight to create your Just Giving page. You can also fundraise while you shop.

1. Choose your endeavour

This is exciting, you can do anything you want to fundraise. Choose something you like, or a challenge you want to achieve, or just something silly which will make you and others happy. Remember this isn’t just for WWT this is for you too!

Two people practising yoga outside by a wetland in the sunshine

Here are some ideas, but it really is up to you!

Get together

  • Movie night
  • Bird quiz
  • Bake sale
  • Game night
  • Art show

Get sporty

  • Sponsored yoga
  • Costume race
  • Marathon/ sponsored run
  • Big Green Hike
  • Tug of war competition

Something different

  • Scavenger hunt
  • Polar plunge
  • Sponsored birdwatch
  • Used book sale
  • Donation on your celebration instead of a present

2. Create a Just Giving page

Now that you have decided on your endeavour, the simplest way to raise money is by setting up a Just Giving Page. This way friends, family and colleagues can donate online easily in a secure way, and you have a way to track your fundraising.

Two young women running down stairs from a bridge over an urban river

This is your time to shine. Share your story, add a photo and set a fundraising target. Then Share, share, share! The more people who know about your endeavour the more who can support you. Don't be afraid to shout it from the rooftops!

3. Share your success

We would love to hear from you about your fundraising; share a photo or video of your endeavour on social media or get in touch via our contact details below. It is always great to hear about everything you are up to.

Your fundraising could achieve...

  • £8 could help place a trail camera to monitor the otters.
  • £17 could help us develop a mapping tool to show the best places to create 100K ha of wetlands to combat the climate crisis.
  • £28 could buy a willow tit box. Providing a home for the UKs most threatened resident bird.
  • £40 could by an underwater monitor to assess river, streams and estuaries.
  • £75 could help us create five square metres of freshwater pond.
  • £100 could pay for training in sustainable rice farming techniques for a community in Cambodia.
  • £400 could build a predator proof fence to protect ground-nesting farmland birds.
  • £600 could pay for five new 'woody dams' to reduce flooding in a threatened community

Fundraise while you shop

Raise money for our conservation work while shopping at your favourite online stores.

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