How you can help Kingfishers Bridge
There are many ways that you can help to ensure that the reserve continues its vital work to maintain and create more unique habitats, restore a range of exceedingly rare species and provide a testing ground for conservation ideas. To see some of our latest initiatives, please visit the Projects page in News and Events.
Make a Donation
Andrew Green, the founder, always highlights that, as a “wildlife first” project, virtually every penny raised is spent on wildlife habitat creation rather than administration and bureaucracy. We are determined to run the Kingfishers Bridge reserve in the most cost effective manner. We rely heavily on generous donations to continue our vital work to safeguard wildlife. Thank you for supporting us - every contribution, whatever its size, will make a difference and is gratefully received.
If you would like to make a donation please do so by supporting The Kingfisher Bridge Wetland Creation Trust which is a registered charity (Registered Charity No. 1078882) and exists to support and make grants to the reserve, by going to the DONATIONS page
Become a Friend of Kinfishers Bridge
Anyone who makes a regular donation of £10 per month or more is invited to become a Friend. You will then receive an invitation twice a year to our Friends Days when you will be given a guided tour of the reserve, updates on the progress made and see how your support has helped wildlife at Kingfishers Bridge and elsewhere by its example. You will also receive email updates and information on developments at the reserve from time to time.
Leave a Gift in your Will
Would you consider leaving a Gift in your Will to help ensure that Kingfishers Bridge will be there for future generations to enjoy? The role of charitable giving by supporters and benefactors is essential to safeguard the income streams we need to continue our work.
For more information and guidance on how to set up a legacy please see our LEAVE A LEGACY page
Volunteers are welcome to help our Warden, James Moss, in his work including joining our regular working parties as well as assisting monitoring teams. Our volunteers meet every Wednesday during the winter to help undertake current project work, for more information please contact the Reserves Manager James Moss at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07842 782177. To see some of the work that our volunteers help us with visit the VOLUNTEERING page
If you would like further information about our finances please contact: email@example.com in the first instance and we will be delighted to provide any information you require.