Veterans for Wildlife has adopted a multi-pronged approach to making a positive difference on a truly global scale. Our overarching vision can best be encapsulated in the phrase: veterans for wildlife and wildlife for veterans. Read more
Footprints of Hope Wellness Retreat is a two week intensive, fully immersive programme consisting of mentoring, animal assisted therapy (AAT), TRiM, Therapeutic Art and Yoga Nidra. It will take place at Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary in South Africa and participating veterans will be taught targeted approaches to dealing with negative emotions and their consequences for the individual. Read more
Veterans for Wildlife have a new Conservation Champion in Hollywood actor Noah Wyle. Most will remember Noah from his appearances as Dr John Carter in 254 episodes of the medical drama series ER. As part of Noah's support to Veterans for Wildlife, he has pledged to match your donations up to a total of £2000. Read more
I have developed a keen interest in wildlife conservation throughout my life, culminating in the desire to use my skills and experiences developed during my career to make a difference to a problem that I believe is being overlooked by the international community, the poaching of iconic, critically endangered species. It is my view that although donations make a huge difference to the issues that the countries in Africa face, physically providing time and imparting knowledge to the individuals.
I am fundraising for Veterans for Wildlife, as the rangers out there are risking their lives for the beautiful animals that as a species we are constantly trying to remove from this planet. The least I can do is raise as much money as possible to help their efforts to keep the population of the African wildlife as high as possible.