The Save Me Trust and Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue work in partnership to help wildlife on the front line and give them a voice in parliament to change their future to a sustainable one. The front line is the heart of the Rescue where every animal is cared for that comes in.
Last year we responded to over 3000 wildlife casualties. We receive wildlife from a wide area and from many differing sources - the majority come in via the general public, and we also take wildlife from local vets, the Police and RSPCA. We operate seven days a week and are funded both by donations from the public and our own fundraising efforts. Education is important to us. We see many wild animals arrive with us whose injuries are often caused by man. Education through schools, community groups and campaigns directly tackle these concerns and create a wider understanding of the issues faced, the roles we can play to alleviate them, enabling our precious wildlife to thrive. Changing the laws and protecting wildlife legally is a must to create a sustainable future. Loss of wildlife habitat is the biggest cause of wildlife decline and we are working with developing giants Persimmons here in the UK to devise a program to protect wildlife during development in a template that can be rolled out.
We recently completed the first stage of a new surgery to add to our facilities to increase the speed of our care and to cope with demand. The main frame is there but we still need lots of equipment and an Intensive Care Unit to get it up and running. It will increase our capacity and help us to meet the ever-increasing demand. Everyone who donates to this stage will see their names go up on our windows in permanent frosted reminders of your support for our wildlife. The last stage is going to cost us £62643.67 so please help us by supporting this project. (A complete list of equipment we need can be seen here Our shopping list...)
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The London marathon has now been delayed until the 4th October due to the Coronavirus -
Paul and Darren are running the London marathon in support of our hospital appeal. #oldmencanrun Paul has come out of retirement as he hung up his running shoes over a year ago but is crawling back to fitness to help the wildlife. Paul helps us so much already at HQ and has been part of our volunteer maintenance team for a long time - he is a regular face on site! Darren has just come off crutches and thought that he, too had retired - but here they are reporting for duty.
The London Marathon is no easy task. It’s 26.2 miles, 42.17 kilometres or 42164.81 metres! So our ageing boys need your full support as they take on this ‘big ask’ to help us.
Thank you for your support.
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