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  • International Otter Survival Fund

    Wildlife charity helping the 13 species of otter worldwide. We want to protect otters so that future generations to come can enjoy one of the world’s most charming, elusive and enjoyable mammals. The IOSF aims to work with local communities throughout the world to educate, inform and encourage the protection and conservation of otters. Through a programme of research, the IOSF will become the world’s foremost authority on otter behaviour, habitat, persecution and conservation. We want people throughout the world to be as appalled by Otter persecution and hunting as we are towards Tiger and Rhino hunting. We would like to educate people to the benefits of Otters, what healthy populations mean for the environment and dispel myths that are causing Otters to be intentionally disturbed, persecuted and hunted.

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  • Keighley Cat Care

    Keighley Cat Care is a small cat rescue based in Keighley, West Yorkshire. We have been active as a charity since 2003, We are run entirely by volunteers and rely solely on donations in order to rescue, care for and rehome all the cats and kittens we help. We are a foster based charity, we have no dedicated premises other than our own homes and the cats live with us as part of our family until they find their own. We are all mainly based around the Keighley area but we rescue cats from all over Bradford and Craven districts and rehome nationwide. On top of this, we are currently running a subsidised neutering scheme in Keighley for anybody who can't afford the full price of the surgery. We also actively trap feral cats, and where possible relocate them to safe environments where they can be happy and looked after but with minimal human interaction.

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  • Natural History Museum London

    The Natural History Museum’s purpose is to inspire a love of our natural world and unlock answers to the big issues facing humanity and the planet. The Natural History Museum is one of the world’s great institutions and is the guardian of the national collection of more than 80 million cultural and scientific natural history specimens. This includes unrivalled collections of biological and geological specimens, the world’s finest natural history library and a magnificent collection of natural history art. Many of these treasures are housed in the famous Waterhouse Building in South Kensington. They represent an important part of the nation’s heritage, but more importantly, Museum scientists actively work with the collections, and in national and international research collaborations to address some of the big issues and challenges facing humanity and the planet.

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  • Nowzad

    The Nowzad mission statement is; 'To relieve the suffering of animals in Afghanistan; including companion animals, working equines, stray and abandoned dogs and cats and all other animals in need of care and attention, and to provide and maintain rescue, rehabilitation and education facilities for the care and treatment of such animals with no voice but ours' Our work in Afghanistan to make a difference for all the dogs, cats and other animals with no voice but ours started from one man’s efforts to make a difference for one dog at a time in a place that was back then described as the most dangerous place on Earth... Helmand Province, Afghanistan. In November 2006 the men of Kilo Company of 42 Commando Royal Marines arrived in the war torn town of 'Now Zad' in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Their mission; provide stability for the local people during a period of ever decreasing security. The Royal Marines soon realised that it wasn’t only the local people that needed their help. Many of the stray dogs that roamed the town of ‘Now Zad’ now had a guardian for the first time in their lives; in the form of Royal Marine Sergeant 'Pen' Farthing. Breaking up an organised dog fight that was taking place right outside their remote compound, Pen never realised that one of those fighting dogs would then befriend him. The Royal Marine Sergeant couldn’t say no to those big sad eyes and the now former fighting dog became the Sergeants battle buddy. The dog received his first ever name – "Nowzad". One Dog at a TimeThe 'tail' of the rescue of Nowzad and his other canine buddies from the remote desert outpost of Now Zad, was published as a best-selling book ‘One Dog at a Time’, which to this day helps to promote and fund the work we do in Afghanistan. TODAYwe have reunited over 850 soldiers with the dogs and cats that they rescue and bond with on the front lines in Afghanistan and we continue to be there for the brave men and women who show compassion to animals during their deployment. Nowzad operates the only official animal shelter in the whole of Afghanistan and is supported by a modern veterinary clinic staffed by a team of Afghan nationals delivering care and attention to animals in distress. Our vital work in Afghanistan now includes animal welfare education and the prevention of the spread of rabies.

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  • Paws2Rescue

    Hundreds of dogs at risk of inhumane death and abuse are saved. Because we care. Thousands, almost millions of pups are not born unwanted, because we neuter. Because we care. Our love for dogs does not stop at the border, and we cannot stand to see any dog in distress. Please read more about our work and visit our website at www.paws2rescue.com to find out how you can support our vital work.

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  • Redwings Horse Sanctuary

    Redwings is the largest horse sanctuary in the UK, caring for over 1,500 horses, ponies, donkeys and mules every day, and funded solely by public donations from kind supporters like you! We strive to provide and promote the care and protection of all horses and donkeys by offering a place of safety in need and rehoming those with the potential for a fulfilling life outside the Sanctuary with 500 currently living in loving Guardian homes. We also educate owners and future generations about the value of horse welfare, and offer the chance for the public to see the work we do first hand – and for free – at our five visitor centres across the country.

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  • Rushton Dog Rescue

    As a rescue charity Rushton help abandoned, abused and unwanted dogs on a international scale. Rescuing dogs from all over the world from places such as Ireland, Spain, UK, Romania, Africa and recently China!

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  • Sumatran Orangutan Society

    SOS works to protect orangutans, their forests and their future. We support frontline conservation programmes and campaign on issues threatening the survival of orangutans in the wild. Our projects include rainforest restoration and developing community conservation initiatives which support the protection of the Leuser forests, empowering local people to become guardians of this precious ecosystem.

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  • Sunshine Cat Rescue

    Sunshine Cat Rescue cares for and re-homes homeless cats and kittens in oxfordshire. The charity is run by a small group of volunteers and depends largely on the generosity of the local public. The charity has now been running five years and in this time we have rehomed approximately 700 cats/kittens.

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  • Sylva Foundation

    Sylva Foundation is a UK environmental charity based in Oxfordshire but working nationally. Founded in 2009 we aim to conserve and improve the environment by helping British woodlands thrive for people and for nature, and supporting innovation in home-grown wood.

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  • Thames Valley Animal Welfare

    Thames Valley Animal Welfare is a small charity, established in 1983 to help homeless cats and kittens. We operate in the area around Bracknell, Reading, Henley on Thames, Maidenhead, High Wycombe and Wallingford and do try to help further afield if we can. The animals are cared for in purpose built cathouses in the gardens of our fosterers until we are able to find them loving, permanent homes. We neuter and microchip all adult cats and provide veterinary treatment for all animals as needed. We never euthanize any animal unless on veterinary advice. Each year we find new homes for about 350 cats and kittens and help a further 70 in other ways, either by returning lost cats to their owners, or helping owners on low incomes with the cost of neutering their cats or providing emergency veterinary care. We are seeing an increasing number of elderly cats in need of new homes, usually because their owner either can no longer cope or has died. We offer these cats for adoption under our "Golden Oldie" scheme which means that the charity will help with future veterinary costs. Costs are kept to an absolute minimum as all of our work is carried out by volunteers. We need to raise over £70,000 each year to fund our work and we are entirely dependent on donations and fundraising.

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  • The Farm Animal Sanctuary

    We provide a safe haven for over 530 animals and birds rescued from abuse, neglect, slaughter and abandonment. Farm animals are not endangered, exotic or wild. Raised to provide, meat, milk, eggs and other by products such as wool and leather, they are often treated as commodities rather than living beings with feelings and emotions. They suffer distress when their young are taken away from them, they are kept in cramped conditions with little stimulation and they can be transported for hundreds of miles, crammed into lorries, stressed and frightened, to be slaughtered. There are few places where farm animals can find sanctuary and live out their lives in peace. At the Farm Animal Sanctuary we watch these animals as they become relaxed and confident. We see their characters develop. We admire their intelligence and the way they embrace their peaceful surroundings. We watch them begin to play and finally become content. They form close companionships and soon recognise the people who care for them and look after them. They ask for very little. For us it’s a pleasure and a privilege to be part of their daily lives. This is why we are here.

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  • The Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary

    The Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary rescues & rehomes over 500 animals in the Oxfordshire area every year. Since opening in 1967 we have managed to help over 25,000 animals. We continue to support Oxfordshires abandoned animals, helping more and more pets each year to loving new homes. Our aim is to ensure sure that no animal is left forgotten about, providing abandoned animals with a second chance at finding a loving home. At present on site we have over 60 dogs, 90 cats and kittens plus a number of rabbits and guinea pigs. We also care for our permanent guests of goats, sheep, a horse and a little Shetland pony. We hold our ’non-destruction policy’ as a core principle for our work. This means that we will never put a healthy animal down and work to rehabilitate each rescue that comes through our gates. You are able to Sponsor some of these recue animals to support them during their stay at the Sanctuary. Thank you for your support.

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  • The Scratching Post

    The Scratching Post is a cat rescue charity, based in Waltham Abbey, Essex, but covering a much wider area. We have a charity shop in Enfield, we rely solely on charitable donations and are very grateful to all of our volunteers. Our policy is to ensure that no cat is ever kept in unsuitable accommodation while it is waiting for a home. Every cat's individual needs are catered for and the best expert help is provided. We never put a cat to sleep unless there is no hope of being able to save him or her with a good quality of life, as advised by our vets. Every cat in its own right is important and deserves the chance of a loving home and a happy life. Our pens are quite large giving each one freedom to move around, and we have open plan units with a small garden area for our longer term residents. The Scratching Post also deals with feral cats. These cats are trapped, neutered and returned to where they came from, or found a new site. Whilst they are with us, they are kept in an open plan enclosure, where they have space to run, hide and play.

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  • The Trust for Sustainable Living

    The Trust for Sustainable Living is a charity aiming to further the understanding of sustainable living through high-quality education. TSL wants the next generation to be inspired to imagine, and equipped to achieve, a sustainable future. The Living Rainforest glasshouses help to achieve this vision by providing a unique, sensory and immersive experience for 100,000 visitors each year (including 26,000 children attending on school visits). The Living Rainforest gives visitors the chance to experience the sights, sounds and smells of a lush tropical rainforest environment – and to explore how plants, animals, human needs, economies and cultures are all linked. The centre is home to over 700 plants and animals including rare and endangered species of global conservation value. Our education programme includes; • National Curriculum based school visits, with a choice of four guided tours; ‘Sustainable Futures’, ‘Amazing Adaptations’ and ‘Edible Forests’. • The International Schools Essay Competition and Debate involving over 1,700 school children and Teacher Champions in 65 countries. • The Schools Sustainability challenge. In this initiative schools from around the world are invited to submit short videos to showcase their best sustainability related project.

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  • Tiger Awareness

    We are a UK charity supporting work for Tiger conservation.We do this by education, supporting local communities and forest staff in forest areas of India.

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  • Tigers4Ever

    Tigers4Ever is a small UK based Registered Charity which was originally established as a small, not-for-profit organisation in late 2010. Tigers4Ever raises awareness of the wild tigers’ plight; and tries to inspire people to support their conservation efforts to give wild tigers a wild future. We raise funds for conservation projects at ground level to help save wild tigers in India. We are committed to working with the communities living with wild tigers to build trust so that everyone living with wild tigers has a vested interest in its long term survival in the wild. Since Tigers4Ever was established it has made a significant difference to the communities which live with the threat of wild tigers in and around Bandhavgarh, India. Tigers4Ever has provided educational resources for 1800 children living in 24 villages around Bandhavgarh enabling each child to attend school for at least 1 year. Tigers4Ever has also provided over 1600 pieces of vital equipment for anti-poaching patrols protecting wild tigers. In 2015, Tigers4Ever established the first of its kind Buffer Zone poaching patrols to address the fact that 90-95% of all wild tiger deaths due to poaching or poisoning occur in the buffer forests. Since establishing the Buffer Zone Poaching Patrols there has been a 94% reduction in wild TIGER DEATHS due to POACHING or POISONING in Bandhavgarh (compared to 14 tiger deaths in the previous 2 years). Tigers4Ever ensures that all of its Tiger Conservation Projects are community focused so that those who live with the threat of wild tigers can benefit from its long term survival. We achieve this through engaging local suppliers to make and supply the equipment for the anti-poaching patrols and the education packs, thereby creating local employment and supporting local businesses. Tigers4Ever employs local workers, from the villages around Bandhavgarh, as Buffer Zone Poaching Patrollers which creates local employment and ensures that villagers can be approached without fear in the event of incidents. Tigers4Ever is also using local labour and suppliers in the construction of permanent wildlife water-holes which supports the local economy and helps to reduce man-animal conflict. Tigers4Ever is entirely dependent on donations and other fundraising activities to fund its charitable work. All UK based Tigers4Ever personnel are unpaid volunteers. Tigers4Ever pledges to use all donations received for wild tiger conservation projects.

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  • Trees for Cities

    Trees for Cities is the only charity working on an international scale to create greener cities. We strengthen communities through volunteering opportunities and inspire children to grow and eat good food. We focus on planting trees where the social and environmental impact on local people is greatest: in London this might mean planting trees to clean the air and making our communities healthier places to live, whilst in Addis Ababa it’s planting fruit trees for food and sustainable livelihoods. Since 1993, Trees for Cities has engaged over 70,000 people to transform their local parks, streets, estates and schools by planting trees in cities across the UK and overseas -revitalising these areas and improving the lives of the people who live in them.

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  • University of Edinburgh

    Founded in 1583, the University of Edinburgh is one of the world's top universities.

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  • Veterans for Wildlife

    Veterans for Wildlife is an international charity committed to the protection of wildlife and the world’s critically endangered species. By deploying highly skilled and experienced former service personnel, Veterans for Wildlife aims to play a key role in conservation and the prevention of wildlife crime. As a people-focused organization, Veterans for Wildlife has two primary objectives: supporting conservation entities and rangers at grass-roots levels; as well as, the empowerment and development of veterans. By facilitating critical capacity-building programmes, Veterans for Wildlife aims to develop the skill set and operational effectiveness of anti-poaching rangers. These programmes offer a unique opportunity to veterans, transitioning into civilian life, to continue to make a positive impact on society.

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