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Fundraising for WWF

How your fundraising helps us

Almost 70% of our income comes from donations through membership, legacies, and of course - fundraisers like you! Every donation – no matter how big or small – makes a difference to projects across the world. Here are just a few examples of what your fundraising efforts could buy:

  • £10 could fund blood testing to check the health of one polar bear so we have the data needed to understand how climate change is affecting them. 
  • £25 could fund the cultivation and planting of over 800 tree seedlings to replant areas of critical tiger habitat. 
  • £50 could train 25 farmers on effective and safe ways to deter elephants from crop raiding in Kenya.
  • £100 could pay for a pair of binoculars for rangers helping to protect Amur leopards in the Russian Far East
  • £750 could pay for one wildlife sniffer dog to work on patrols sniffing out smuggled wildlife products like rhino horn and tiger bone.

fundraisers drawing for a panda

Thank you for showing an interest in raising money for WWF.

Fundraising is a great way of supporting us. Every penny raised helps us save our beautiful planet.

Please find below all you need to support you including a guide with top tips and great fundraising ideas.

Please feel free to download all the materials you may find useful.

If you have any further queries please feel free to call us on 01483 426 333 or email us at challenges@wwf.org.uk

Fundraising Guide

Team Panda fundraising pack

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Team Panda paying in form

Team Panda sponsorship form

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Hold a bake sale for the Panda!

Get creative and make some wild Panda themed cakes to see to your friends, family or colleagues! 

Fundraising bake sale

Use your talents!

Cathy Morrow decided to put her drawing talent to fantastic use and sell these wonderful drawings to go towards her fundraising total 

fundraisers drawing of a panda 2 fundraisers drawing of turtles