We empower veterans to aid in the prevention of wildlife crime

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Volunteer hours on the ground

£85 700

Value of training and support delivered

1 300

Children educated on the importance of conservation

Footprints of Hope

Footprints of Hope Veterans Wellness Retreat is a two week intensive, fully immersive programme consisting of various therapies such as animal-assisted therapy (AAT) and mindfulness. The next program will take place at Imire Rhino and Elephant Sanctuary. Participating veterans will be taught targeted approaches to deal with negative emotions and their consequences for the individual.

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Author: Wesley Thomson

Who We Work With

Veterans for Wildlife recognises the importance of collaboration in order to ensure maximum impact from the work we do. We are proud to work with some of the world's leading conservation organisations!

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Leave a Legacy

Writing your Will is an essential way of looking after the future of your family and friends. After you’ve taken care of loved ones, you may also wish to leave a gift in your Will to Veterans for Wildlife. Thereby helping us protect the wild animals unable to help themselves.

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Ranger Fit

The programme will consist of 15, 30 minute sessions that will be suited for all different fitness abilities with the idea being that you have progressed by the end of the 3 weeks. The workouts will all be done in a very small space with zero equipment to encourage people to workout wherever they are and in just 30 minutes.

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Author: Wesley Thomson

Fundraising Events

  • The Brighton Marathon 2020

    The 2020 Brighton Marathon will take place on Sunday 19th April 2020. General Entries for the 2020 Brighton Marathon ARE NOW CLOSED, the only way to secure a place is through a charity. Read more

  • Veterans for Wildlife Gala Dinner 2020

    The Gala Dinner in 2020 will be hosted in a new and exclusive venue: The Sheraton Grand Park Lane. It promises to be another memorable night! Read more

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