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Patrons

Our Patron scheme brings together passionate and committed supporters who strive to make a difference to wetland conservation and help save some of the world’s most endangered wetland species from the brink of extinction.

Your impact

Our Patron scheme is an opportunity to join a dedicated group of supporters whose vital support enables us to create a world where healthy wetlands thrive and enrich lives.

Your support will enable us to carry out conservation projects here in the UK and across the globe, helping us to create, restore and manage wetlands, support communities who depend on them and help save some of the planet’s most amazing wildlife. It will also help us to educate future generations about the importance of wetland conservation and inspire people to take action for wetland conservation and connect with nature.


We shan't save all we would like to, but we shall save a great deal more than if we had never tried.

Sir Peter Scott

Unforgettable experiences

Being part of our Patron scheme gives you a unique insight to the conservation work that WWT carries out. As a way to say thank you for your support, you will receive the following benefits:


  • Invitations to a range of WWT events throughout the year, including our AGM where you will have the opportunity to meet senior members of our Management Board
  • The Patron’s Annual Newsletter
  • Bespoke updates about our current and future projects
  • Our quarterly magazine, Waterlife, full of stories, updates and in depth articles about work that is being carried out here in the UK and internationally

Become a Patron

We invite you to become a Patron of WWT and join a group of loyal supporters whose contribution and advocacy is vital to our work. You can choose the amount you wish to donate starting from a minimum donation of £500 a year.

To become a Patron, please download and complete our Patron gift form below. For more information, please contact us on 01453 891150 or by email.