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Vale Wildlife Rescue Urgent Appeal

13 years ago

11th May, 2009 00h00

vale-baby-bunny.jpg The current global recession is extremely worrying for us. We do not have reserves to fall back on as some larger charities do. We have no more than 3 months running costs in hand, and with donations down by 30% so far this year, we are very concerned for our future. If we do not continue to receive support from the public we will not be able to carry on the work that we do for Britain's wildlife. We have to raise over £20,000 every month to enable us to continue our work. To achieve this we rely on the support of members of the public who want to do something to help the hundreds of thousands of sick or injured wild birds and mammals in Britain. Please will you consider giving a donation, however small, to help us to carry on helping sick, injured and orphaned wildlife! Please remember - every little helps and plays an important part in helping us in our work, we are extremely grateful for all donations Donations can be made very easily via our donations page on our website. You can also donate by cheque, made payable to 'Vale Wildlife Rescue' & sent to Station Road, Beckford, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, GL20 7AN, or by credit card by ringing the Centre (01386 882288). Each year in Britain an estimated five million wild birds and other animals are injured or disabled in some way A vast majority of their injuries are caused by people, mostly accidentally, such as road accidents, but some are intentional like poisoning and badger baiting. We at the Vale Wildlife Rescue offer help to thousands of these casualties every year by treating them and where possible release them back in to the wild. We are on call 24 hours a day, every single day of the year. We are a registered Charitable Trust that was set up in 1984. Our running costs of almost £20,000 per month are ever increasing, we are completely dependent upon donations and voluntary assistance. Our treatment and rehabilitation centre is located in Beckford mid-way between Evesham and Tewkesbury. To learn more about us and our work in the rescue and rehabilitation of British wildlife please look through our site using the navigation links on the left or bottom of each page. Also checkout the news page for the very latest update on what is happening in Vale Wildlife Rescue

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