You can raise funds for us just by searching and shopping online, using one of three simple ways.
Give as you Live is a completely free and simple way to raise money by shopping online. Shop at more than 4,000 stores including M&S, Expedia and John Lewis, and Give as you Live will turn a percentage of your spend into free funds for Wild Welfare!
You can even raise funds when you book your holiday, compare and switch energy providers or insurance and when you buy groceries with in-store grocery cards. It won’t cost you a penny, as they make the donation on your behalf, all you have to do is sign up and start shopping.
SIGN UP TO GIVE AS YOU LIVE
If Amazon is your preferred choice of online retailer, switch to shopping on AmazonSmile instead. Your shopping experience will give you the exact same prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon donates a percentage of the purchase price on eligible products to your favourite charity – so simply sign up, select Wild Welfare and start shopping.SIGN UP TO AMAZONESMILE
We’re partners with Savoo, one of the UK’s top voucher code and money-saving sites. They donate to your chosen charity each and every time you search online, or use their voucher codes and deals to shop.
SIGN UP TO SAVOO
OTHER WAYS TO RAISE FUNDS FOR WILD WELFARE
From recycling printer cartridges to switching to a green energy supplier, there are a number of ways you can help raise funds for us – they are at no extra cost to you and they benefit the environment!
THE RECYCLING FACTORY
We’ve teamed up with The Recycling Factory, to raise funds through recycling used printer cartridges.
The Recycling Factory will donate up to £3.50 to us for every inkjet cartridge that can be successfully recycled – and you can recycle toner cartridges too! Not only are you getting rid of your waste and helping Wild Welfare, you are also helping the environment!
From conducting welfare assessments in zoos and delivering hands-on training with zoo staff to developing educational materials, addressing legislation gaps in wild animal welfare governance and carrying out research, our work is varied and vast, but is absolutely focussed on improving welfare for wild animals living in captivity around the world.