Here are the First bunch of Wildlife Charities for our COVID-19 Grants!

Thanks to the incredible support by our customers we have awarded 10 charities with a grant of £200 to help them at this hard time.

We gave £1 for every order placed that was £30 or over, plus gave all customers the chance to donate at the checkout - and so far we've raised over £2000!

For more information and to apply, please wiggle on over to https://www.wigglywigglers.co.uk/pages/wiggly-corona-and-wildlife

Find details of all 10 Charities below :)


Cuan Wildlife Rescue

Our aim is to nurse back to health the 4800+ injured, sick or orphaned animals we admit every year.  Once fully recovered great emphasis is placed on returning them to the wild preferably back to the area from where they came from if possible.

They are going to use the funding To continue to run our hospital, giving the best care possible to our admissions with the correct food and medication.

More information here: https://www.cuanwildliferescue.org.uk/


  

HART Wildlife Rescue (Hampshire Animal Rescue Team)

They rescue, treat, rehabilitate and release wildlife, in response to calls from the public, Police Forces, RSPCA, Veterinary practices and other wildlife agencies. To educate the public and raise awareness in the needs and care of British Wildlife.

With the closure of our charity shop and the lack of interaction with the public at the point of bringing in wildlife, donated income is down. With juvenile season upon us, we are in desperate need of food for youngsters in our care and for medications. 

More information here: https://www.hartwildlife.org.uk/


 

Wirral hedgehog hospital

They rescue, rehabilitate and release wild hedgehogs.

They are going to use the funding To purchase food and medicines for our prickly friends

More information here: https://helpwildlife.co.uk/rescues/0831/


 

Vale Wildlife Hospital

The aid in The rescue, treatment, rehabilitation & release of sick, injured & orphaned UK wildlife.

They are going put the funding towards keeping going at the moment as we only have a few months running costs at any one time.

More information here: http://www.valewildlife.org.uk/


 

Hydestile Resident Animals

To help with The care of sick and injured wildlife

They are going to use the funding to purchase animal feed.


 

Help For Hogs

They rescue, rehabilitate and release hedgehogs. Also to raise awareness to the general public. Operating since 2015.

They are going to use the funding for Food, medicines and things like syringes, needles etc.

More information here: https://helpforhogs.co.uk/


 

Spiny Norman’s Hedgehog Support

Spiny Normans offer first aid care and rehabilitation to sick wounded, abandoned hedgehogs, Hoglets. I also educate from a busy FB Page I cover Beds and much more!

They are going to use the funding on essential medications. Antibiotics, Hartmanns, Pain relief, also investing in food for the hedgehogs. They would also like some new cages for the summer hoglets which need hand-rearing. 

More information here: https://www.facebook.com/spinynormans/


 

Every Feather Bird Rescue 

We rescue and rehabilitate all wild birds. Our aim is to return as many injured or orphaned wild birds to the wild. We also rehabilitate wildlife and any species is welcome.

They are going to use the funding To purchase much needed feed and medication. The baby birds they get have varied and complex diets that are expensive.  They also get a lot of cat attacks and the funding will also buy urgently needed antibiotics to treat these.

More information here: https://everyfeatherwildlife.com/


 

Marias Animal Shelter

We will use the funding to help us with animal feed bills, medication and keeping everything running so we will still be here after the current crisis is over

More information here: https://mariasanimalshelter.com/


 

Ainsworth Wildlife Rescue

The aim of our non profit organisation is to rescue, rehabilitate and release injured and orphaned British wildlife

They are going to use the funding To buy much needed supplies for this years orphans.

More information here: https://www.facebook.com/Ainsworth-Wildlife-Rescue-105967664398524/


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