Welcome to PG tips Cuppa Club members and a big thank you for choosing to redeem your points in aid of The Wildlife Aid Foundation.
WAF is a charity dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of sick, injured or orphaned British wildlife.
Working at our hospital based in Leatherhead, Surrey, a team of over 300 volunteers work tirelessly to ensure the highest standards or animal care; we have a success rate of over 70% where it comes to returning healthy animals back to the wild. Open 365 days of the year, each and every person involved with the work we do gives 100% to ensure the highest standards of care for every animal, from the smallest blue tit up to the biggest badger!
As a UK registered charity, we rely heavily on donations from the public and support from our members in order to generate the funding we need to provide food, medication and support for our patients… and this is no mean feat because it costs over £350,000 a year to keep the hospital running! We don’t receive any government funding, so it is up to us to find the funds to run our centre.
So your points really do count!
If you would like to find out more about the work that we do; please visit the following links:
- About us: watch a fabulous video about the centre and get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of our world
- Membership: join our dedicated supporters in looking after wildlife today, tomorrow and into the future
- Donate: make a one-off donation to help us with the animals currently in the hospital
- Adopt: buy an animal adoption for yourself or for a friend, and support your chosen species for a whole year
- Saving Harry! Find out about our campaign to save Britains declining hedgehog population
- Volunteer: always fancied working with animals? WAF – and centres like us around the UK – need your help.
- Facebook: get the latest news from the centre on our Facebook page:
- You Tube: join us as we rescue wildlife from danger, and watch our expert team treat and care for them in our dedicated wildlife hospital
We hope that you enjoy looking through our website, and welcome any comments or observations you may have. Most of all we hope that you will join us to look after our wonderful British wild animals; when they are injured we are always here to help, and we will always go the extra mile to make sure they get the help and care they deserve.