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Help transform a wilder, healthier Britain by raising funds. Join our team of incredible fundraisers and have fun supporting rewilding. You don’t need to be a superhero (but they’re welcome, of course). Get inspired with some simple ways to contribute to our work.

Rewild your challenges

Maybe you love running marathons, wild swimathons or taking part in sponsored events? If you want to raise money for Rewilding Britain, the easiest way is to set up a page for people to donate to your cause via JustGiving or to set up a Facebook fundraising page. To make your charity event a success, you’ll want to set a fundraising target. When you’re ready, don’t forget to share it with your friends and family and ask them to sponsor your challenge. 

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JustGiving

Once you’ve decided on your challenge, set up your JustGiving page. You can then post updates to share your achievements with us and your family and friends where everyone can sponsor you.

Get inspired — our rewilding fundraising heroes 

In need of some inspiration? Meet two of our top fundraisers.

Bea had a 2.6 minute ice bath every day for 26 days, raising over £400.
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“Rewilding gives me hope for the future and that we can bring species back from the brink of extinction as well as fighting climate change. I strongly feel that the natural world is so undervalued (despite being absolutely essential to human life), and wanted to raise money for a charity with both the environment and humans at its heart.”
David — walked 1,000 miles across Britain, raising over £1200
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Working in Australia in 2018, led to an opportunity to visit Borneo. Seeing the devastating effects of deforestation made me realise the hypocrisy of returning to our island with only 13% forest cover left. 

Wanting to see some of our own island and experience our remaining wildlife, I decided to complete a life-long dream to walk the 1,000 miles from Land’s End in Cornwall to John O’Groats in the North of Scotland.

Despite all the rainy days and sore feet, it was a wonderful experience. Highlights included seeing my first but not last adder, meeting wild ponies on the Welsh border, spotting red deer in the glens north of Fort William and walking along beaches crowded with seals in Caithness.”

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Rewild your celebrations

Do you have a special anniversary coming up, or a birthday or wedding? Some people choose to ask for donations instead of gifts. If this is for you, the easiest way is to do this on a JustGiving page where your friends and family can support you. Or they are always welcome to donate directly to our website here.

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Tell us about your event

We always love hearing from our fundraisers. Drop us an email to emma.​[email protected]​rewildingbritain.​org.​uk and share your achievements. Thank you! 

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Rewild your shopping

If you’re shopping online or even just searching the web, you can raise money for Rewilding Britain. It’s easy, and free! We are signed up to a few of the ways you can do this, listed here.


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