Wild Trent Challenge - fundraising

Raise money for the wildlife you love

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Fundraising

Did you know that over 50% of UK wildlife is in decline? That includes hedgehogs, adders, lapwings and most of our butterflies. The good news is that together, we can bring it back.

We ask each Wild Trent Challenge participant to raise £100 to help us put nature into recovery; from otters to ospreys.

We love our fundraisers and we’re here to help you smash your £100 target, whether you’re a newbie to fundraising or not. Check out our top tips below and let's get started!

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Sending in the money you raise

There’s a number of ways you can send in your sponsorship money for taking part in the Wild Trent Challenge. We'll tell you all about them...

Just Giving Page

JustGiving is a popular way to fundraise online by sharing your story with friends, family and colleagues.

Donations made through JustGiving come directly to Derbyshire Wildlife Trust. Any cash donations you receive you can pay into your bank account and make a payment of that amount on your JustGiving page.

Set up your official Wild Trent Challenge JustGiving page here today.

Online transfer

If you’d link to make an online bank transfer then please contact our team. We’ll send you our charity bank details and a unique reference code to use.

enquiries@derbyshirewt.co.uk / 01773 881188

Cheque

Cheque

If you would like to send a cheque, please make it out to 'Derbyshire Wildlife Trust’ and send it to Derbyshire Wildlife Trust, Sandy Hill, Main Street, Middleton, Derbyshire. DE4 4LW. Please include a note including your name and an indication that the donation relates to Wild Trent Challenge.

Card payment

You can also make a card payment over the phone by calling our Supporter Services Team on 01773 881189.

Oh, and a little birdy told me…

If all of our Wild Trent Challenge 2019 participants raised £150, this could pay for the planting of nearly 4 miles of native hedgerow!

Where does the money I raise go?

Your money will make a real difference to Derbyshire. 

We're really grateful for your support and we know that you'd like to know where your money is going. 

Take a peek at our finances and rest assured, we'll spend the money wisely and with Derbyshire's wildlife at the heart of everything we do. 

Trust finances 

Buff tailed bumblebee Jon Hawkins Surrey Hills Photography

Buff tailed bumblebee Jon Hawkins Surrey Hills Photography

£50 could help sow 250 square metres of bee loving wildflower seeds.

Common blue butterfly, Vicky Nall

Common blue butterfly, Vicky Nall

£8 protects an acre for a whole month. So £100 raised protects over 8 football pitches for wildlife in the shape of reedbeds, woodland, rivers and more.

Osprey by Peter Cairns/2020VISION

Osprey by Peter Cairns/2020VISION

£350 could help build an osprey nesting platform! Now that's amazing!

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We know our wild challenge might be a little, well, wild! So, if you’re not ready to sign up or need to persuade your team mates, register your interest and we will email you a link to sign up once you're ready.

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