AWLWA is run by volunteers & relies on donations. To help click an option below:
If you find an injured animal and NEED URGENT ASSISTANCE call 01594 715105 or 07925 638337. We are not open to the public, therefore please call before bringing us any casualties.
For non-urgent questions click here -> contact AWLWA
Whilst not open 24/7 we will always try to help as and when we have volunteers available.
A Wild Life with Animals, HMRC Registered Charity, was founded, by Scott Passmore in 2012, as a charitable organisation, with the aim to provide the general public with an animal rescue service and a family friendly platform to help raise awareness and enhance the understanding of all species of animals. Based in the beautiful Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK, we are made up entirely of volunteers with a passion for all species of animals. We also want to enable those who interact with any species of animal learn about how they can make every interaction, with every animal, a positive memory.
We get no government funding, help by clicking 'donate' at the top of this page or by visiting our online shop here -> AWLWA SHOP. The JustGiving option above allows Gift Aid and is our preference, the PayPal button does not. 100% of donations are spent on helping all species of animal. No money will come to us personally, we are all volunteers and all monies go towards keeping animals alive and free of persecution.
It costs £1000s, every year, to fund AWLWA to help animals around the clock. As well as donations we also raise money for other great animal charities through our photos, walks, talks and other projects. The more people who hear about our group the more calls for help we are getting, this is resulting in us driving around the country in every second of our spare time helping injured or lost animals and transporting to safety.
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A Wild Life with Animals
Welcome to A Wild Life with Animals
If you find an injured animal and NEED URGENT ASSISTANCE call 01594 715105 or 07925 638337.
We are not open to the public, therefore please call before bringing us any casualties.
For non-urgent questions click here -> contact AWLWA We are not open 24/7 but will always try to help as and when we have volunteers available.