Fundraise

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Help protect wildlife & wild places here in Northern Ireland - by fundraising for Ulster Wildlife

Whatever your circumstances, if you have time to spare and the determination to do something to help Ulster Wildlife, you can enjoy all the fun of fundraising by organising your own fundraising event or taking part in a fundraising event organised by someone else. Alternatively, you may like to volunteer at one of the many fundraising events we organise each year.

2016/2017 Fundraising Gallery

A big thank you to everone who fundraises on behalf of local wildlife. Here are just a few of the amazing people who are passionate about protecting local wildlife and wild places:

Elvin Higgins made the ultimate sacrifice to stand up for nature, by growing and then shaving his hair for wildlife! We are very grateful for the more than £600 raised - thank you to everyone who supported Elvin during his "Return from the Wildnerness" challenge. Elvin will be getting involved further over the coming months, helping out with our Magnificent Meadows project in Fermangh.
Thanks to everyone (including Claire, pictured!) at Fluent Technologies for the kind donation, in December 16, to help local biodiversity. A huge thank you to a local business supporting local conservation work.

Niamh braved the cold December weather to attend the Portaferry Christmas Lights switch on and helped raise funds for Ulster Wildlife by selling her home made buns at her Mum's Ulster Wildlife stall.

Great job Niamh. 

We would like to say a huge thank you to Ulster Wildlife member Ryan Bogues who, in September 2016, fundraised for local wildlife through homemade bake sales and an honesty box at his home in Downpatrick. Ryan regularly raises money for a number of different charities and we were so glad he chose Ulster Wildlife as one of his supported charities.

Thank you Ryan.

A big thank you to all of our Fundraising Volunteers who come out to the many fundraising events we attend during the year. Pictured, from left to right are Lynne Glover, David Gibson and Ulster Wildlife's John Sockett. Thanks for supporting Ulster Wildlife's fundraising efforts, we couldn't attend all of these events during the year without your help.

Raise Funds for Nature

Thinking of organising your own fundraising event to raise money for Ulster Wildlife, or taking part in a sponsored walk, run or cycle? Contact us on fundraising@ulsterwildlife.org and we will provide you with all the help we can to make your fundraising event a success. Visit our A-Z of Fundraising Ideas for inspiration.

Donate a Space

Do you have a meeting room, conference suite or other venue that Ulster Wildlife could use to hold meetings or fundraising/member events? Free or discounted venue hire is vital for our charity to continue its work and a donation of this kind helps to ensure that other funds raised go towards our nature conservation work rather than administrative costs. Contact vickie.chambers@ulsterwildlife.org to register your space.

Raise funds while you shop

Help Ulster Wildlife. Just by shopping online. Shop with your favourite stores and a donation will be made to Ulster Wildlife without costing you a penny extra. Compare prices and shop at thousands of leading stores like Amazon, Expedia and John Lewis. Get started raising money for Ulster Wildlife today give.as/charity/ulsterwildlife

Volunteering

Do you have a professional skill that could help our charity stand up for nature? Are you a graphic designer, media &PR expert, professional photographer or marketing guru who could volunteer some time to help Ulster Wildlife's development team promote our charity's objectives? 

We are also always looking for volunteers over the age of 16 who can give an hour or two to help out at fundraising events. You do not need any previous experience of fundraising and a member of our staff team supervises all events so you will be supported.

Contact vickie.chambers@ulsterwildlife.org for more information on any apsect of Fundraising Volunteering.

 

Ulster Wildlife is an organisational member of the Institute of Fundraising