Fundraise for us
Go Wild and Make a Difference
Your local wildlife needs you!
Whether you fancy organising a bake sale, taking on a Tough Mudder, or even doing a marathon, you can help raise essential funds and make a real difference for wildlife.
Whatever your talents, you can use your skills and do something you enjoy to help raise vital funds.
Go wild, raise money, and help the wildlife you love.
Organise your own fundraiser today, and become part of the WILD PACK!
Case study: Ned's Three Peaks Challenge
Ned took on the Three Peaks Challenge in 2018 and raised over £430 for BBOWT.
"I decided earlier in the year that I was going to try my and at a challenge in aid of charity. There are so many different ways to do this now that I thought it would be important to choose a challenge which I would not only enjoy but also to it in aid of a charity which meant something to me.”
Between 2016 and 2017 I completed a traineeship at BBOWT and as such I had an understanding of how they worked and where the funds I raised would go to. I felt that by doing this I would be able to give back to an organisation that has helped me so much with training and development for the career I wish to go into.”
One of the hardest parts of the whole challenge for me was fundraising. One of the best pieces of advice I could give would be know beforehand who you’re going to be asking to help you towards your goal. Whether this is friends, family, work colleagues or anyone else. Once you know this you can set a realistic goal for yourself.”
All your questions about fundraising should be answered here. If not, you can get in touch any time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01865775476
I would like to do some fundraising, but I don’t know where to start. Can you offer any advice?
Yes, absolutely. First we recommend you download a copy of our fundraising pack, which is crammed full of great ideas to get you started. Our friendly fundraising team are also on hand to give you lots of hints and tips to help make your fundraiser a success – feel free to get in touch by calling 01865 775476, or emailing email@example.com
How do I send you the money I have raised?
How do I know that you have received the money I sent?
We like to acknowledge all fundraisers with a personalised thank you letter, so this should arrive a few weeks after sending your funds in. If you would like confirmation that your funds have reached us before you receive your thank you letter, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, making sure to include the amount raised and date sent to us, and we will check this for you.
How do I claim Gift Aid on the money I raise?
As a registered charity, BBOWT is allowed to claim back an extra 25p on every £1 donation to us in gift aid. For us to be able to claim gift aid you need to check that the donator or sponsor is a UK tax payer, record their home address, postcode and donation amount and make sure that they tick the correct box on your sponsorship form. Download a copy of our sponsorship form.
Do you have any tools, materials, or posters that I can use to make my event a success?
Can I use your logo to promote my fundraiser?
We are usually happy to let you use our logo with permission, so please get in touch if you would like to!
Can you help promote my event?
We are often able to share details of fundraising events on social media, and can offer some help with promotion, so please do let us know what you have planned! Remember to tag us @BBOWT in all your posts on social media.
How do I explain to people what the Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust does?
The Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust works to give wildlife a helping hand across the three counties. This includes monitoring species and running projects to support declining species such as water voles, and threatened habitats such as chalk grassland.
We look after more than 80 nature reserves spanning more than 2,500 hectares. Our nature reserves are central to our work to secure a better future for wildlife.
To find out more, take a look at our About page.
How will the money I raise be used?
All the money you raise will go towards our vital work throughout our three counties, enabling our conservation, preservation, and education work to continue. The funds you raise will be ‘unrestricted’ which means that you are not restricting what project your donations are spent on, so the money you raise can be put towards important projects that we really need it for.