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Ideas for Fundraisers

Fun Fundraising

There are many ways in which you can raise money for the work of WWF. Here are a few ideas from recent fundraisers to help inspire you.

Marathons
Running a marathon takes a lot of commitment and we are always extremely grateful for those that run and rise funds for our work. This past year has seen runners in the Edinburgh and Loch Ness Marathons. A special thank you goes to them all.


Guides and Brownies

Guide and Brownie packs across Scotland are always keen to find out more about our work and they raise lots of money for our projects both locally and globally. 

A big Thank You to them all


Schools

Many schools across Scotland hold fund raising events for charity and we are pleased to say that many schools nominated WWF Scotland as the recipient of their efforts in 2012.

I am sure all the children had a lot of fun planning their activities.


Individuals

Many individuals donate money for our vast programme of work both here in Scotland and across the world. A big Thank You to them all.


And finally.......

If you do decide to hold an event, in whatever format, if you could please state on any publicity material  that your event is 'in aid of WWF', rather than on behalf of, that would be great. This is due to new laws that govern charity fundraising.

Thank You


Materials for your fund raising event

If you would like a fundraising pack then please drop us an email (or a letter) and we will send it out.  Alternatively you can download your own forms from our UK website.


WWF Scotland Office

What difference does your money make?

£1
Buys a seedling to help replant the forests of Tanzania;
£3
Could pay to plant one native tree seedling to help restore degraded orang-utan habitat in Borneo.
£10
Could pay for an oil spill clean-up kit for an Arctic volunteer in the Barents Sea
£12
Could buy a set of books about conservation for a school in a community neighbouring a giant panda reserve in China's Minshan mountains
£25
Will equip and train one ranger for anti-poaching / monitoring patrol for snow leopards or pay a Rhino Protection Unit ranger's salary for 10 days;
£50
Could buy ten torches to help critical snow leopard night monitoring and prevent attacks on livestock
£60
Will build two livestock pens to help prevent snow leopard attack.
£100
Pays for 5 days' training in cork oak forest management for a local worker;
£150
Pays for a slide projector for education talks in seven village schools in Malaysia.
£200
Pays for a camera trap to film tigers and other wildlife in Huai Kha Khaeng, Thailand.
£300
Would pay for the training of one local youth to become a turtle tour guide on the nesting beaches of Costa Rica
£500
Pays for a park rangers post in Gashaka Gumti National Park - Nigeria.
£1000
Pays the annual salary for 3 staff for a year to help protect mountain gorillas.
£1075
Pays for a satellite tracking receiver to study elephants in Doi Pha Muang, Thailand.

Need to get in touch?

If you need any further information then please do get in touch. You can email us at scotland@wwf.org.uk - or you can phone on 01350 728200