Born Free Foundation - Keep Wildlife in the Wild

It’s easy to get more involved with Born Free’s WildcreW.  Our work to help wild animals and stop cruelty relies on the incredible support we receive from the public.  Born Free helps hundreds of thousands of animals worldwide.  But we want to do even more! Below are some ideas on how YOU can help.

Remember to always talk to a parent or teacher before planning any fundraising.

  • Charge a fee and send us the proceeds e.g. lawn-cutting, car-washing, window-cleaning, dog-walking.
  • Celebrate your birthday or Christmas or other special occasion by asking for gifts to Born Free, instead of a present.
  • Recycle your old mobile phone or inkjet cartridges
  • Collect used stamps in a box at your school or at home and send them to us to recycle
  • Hold a raffle or tombola in your school canteen
  • Run Wild as a team in one of the 5km Big Fun Runs that are Nationwide
  • Join the BUPA Junior and Mini Great South Runs in Portsmouth, different distances for different ages
  • Hold a car boot sale at your school car park.
  • Hold an own clothes or wear what you dare day at school.
  • Hold a sponsored litter clean-up, mural painting or French speaking day!
  • Hold a sponsored teachers vs pupils sports day.
  • Hold a school disco (or fancy dress party) and get your teachers to strut their stuff!
  • Hold a sponsored nature watch or wildlife quiz.
  • The Big Cat Nap! Get sponsored for doing nothing for charity! This is our annual fundraising event where you can do nothing and raise money for Born Free! Why not arrange a Big Cat Nap School Picnic - download a flyer here.

Tell Your Friends! Imagine how quickly our work would grow if everyone who visited Born Free’s website encouraged a friend to join WildcreW!

Contact fundraising@bornfree.org.uk for help


If you haven't already done so, why not join WildcreW today? It's totally FREE!

Born Free Foundation
Broadlands Business Campus, Langhurstwood Road
, Horsham, RH12 4QP, UK - Charity Reg. No. 1070906


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