Give a Christmas Gift

Do you want to give a Christmas gift that makes a difference? This year we’re giving you the chance to make a donation to the Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation on behalf of someone else.

Simply click on the link below to make a donation and tell us who it is for.

In return we’ll send them an exclusive card signed by Roy, featuring a stunning photo of either an Osprey, White-tailed Eagle or Red Squirrel (you can tell us which you would prefer), explaining that a special donation has been made to the Foundation on their behalf. Or we can send the card to you, so that you can pass it on. Simply let us know which you would prefer on the online form when you make the donation. If you would like us to send the card directly to the person you’re donating on behalf of, it will be posted in December to arrive in time for Christmas.

Alternatively, if you’d prefer your friends to give a donation to the Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation this year, rather than buy you a gift, why not send them this link and let them know?

Order your card and make a donation by clicking here now.

The photos featured on the cards, are all taken by Mike Crutch of A9 Birds.The cards are A6 size and are shown below.

The wording on the inside of the card is as follows:

A generous donation has been made on your behalf to the Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation
We are a small charity with minimal overheads, so we can assure you that this contribution will be used in direct support of our conservation work and ground-breaking species recovery projects
Thank you!

The Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation, supported by generous donations like the one made in your name, specialises in species recovery and the restoration of natural ecosystems and plays a leading role in the reintroduction of birds and mammals to the UK and abroad. Projects to restore species to areas from which they have been absent for centuries – such as white-tailed eagles to the Isle of Wight and ospreys to the south coast of England – have come at a time when Nature faces greater threats than ever. With your help, we’ll be able to sustain our proactive, hands-on approach to nature conservation.
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