Tuesday 27th November 2018 is Giving Tuesday, the international fundraising day for any charity you want in any way you want. This year, why not support our own conservation efforts as well as the inspirational work of our partner charities?
It doesn’t matter if you want to bake, make, tweet or simply donate, Giving Tuesday is all about raising as much funds as possible for the most worthy causes around.
If you haven’t done so already, check out our A-Z of fundraising ideas for some fun and exciting out-of-the-box fundraising activities that anyone can get involved with. Don’t forget to download our YWPF Sponsorship Form too!
Anybody can get involved in Giving Tuesday and make sure to use the hashtag #GivingTuesday on social media. You’ll be joining some of the UK’s biggest brands, charities and celebrities in raising both funds and awareness for some of the worthiest causes here in Britain and abroad.
A worthy cause
Since Yorkshire Wildlife Park rescued 13 lions from a run down zoo in Romania in 2013, this was the catalyst to create the Foundation that has grown rapidly to support countless international projects around the globe.
Supporting projects including the Amur Leopard and Tiger Alliance and The Giraffe Conservation Foundation, Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation has also funded two key Save the Rhino schemes improving the safety of threatened rhino’s in Kenya.
The Foundation has also supported conservation projects in Madagascar for blue-eyed black lemurs not to mention being instrumental in a global fight to protect endangered polar bears and most recently the re-homing of four endangered Ussuri brown bears from Japan.
Click the button below to make your donation to Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation today! Alternatively you can donate via our JustGiving page.
What are our partner charities doing this Giving Tuesday?
Painted Dog Conservation
This Giving Tuesday, Painted Dog Conservation is asking the public to remember the Mpindo pups. PDC is asking the public to help them raise $4000 this Giving Tuesday for Mpindo primary schoolchildren to visit their Iganyana Children’s Bush Camp for a full four-day camp next year.
The impact of their camp in raising an environmentally conscious future generation is well documented and regarded. PDC’s children’s Bush Camp is 15 years old and has changed the lives of more than 12,000 children, but only a third of these children are now adults and taking up active roles in society where they can influence change. Click here to donate.
Polar Bears International
Working 24/7, 365 days of the year, Polar Bears International work on the front lines to help sustain a future for polar bears across the Arctic. In the United States, their Giving Tuesday fundraiser will be matched, dollar for dollar, by Facebook – doubling donors’ impact, whether they donate $5 or $500. What’s more, every donor will be entered into a draw to win one of their new Twin Cub Adoptions. Click here to donate.
WildCats Conservation Alliance
WildCats Conservation Alliance’s mission is to save wild tigers & Amur leopards for future generations by funding carefully chosen conservation projects. When you gift donations this year, the alliance will send a gorgeous thank you to your loved ones. Click here to donate.
Wild Welfare’s vision s to end the suffering of captive wild animals around the world, ensuring full and sustainable protection is given to all animals in human care. Their mission is to unite the worlds leading zoos and animal welfare organisations to improve the welfare of captive wild animals around the world. Click here to donate.
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