There are lots of ways you can donate towards the vital work of Durham Wildlife Trust
Make a one-off donation
With a little help from you, wildlife can bounce back from the brink of extinction. It is possible to save, enhance and protect Durham’s wildlife but we can’t do it alone.
By donating today, you are helping to care for and protect the amazing wildlife that our region is home to.
Simply fill out the form on our donation pageto make a secure online donation, or alternatively give us a call on 0191 584 3112.
Donate in memory of a loved one
Bluebell-filled woodlands, hay meadows brimming with flowers and wonderful wetlands – there’s no better way to remember someone who loved wildlife and loved our local area than to help protect our precious landscapes for the future.
When you make an in-memory donation to Durham Wildlife Trust, you can rest assured that you are making a real difference, helping us look after over 36 reserves, inspire the next generation and stand up for wildlife wherever it’s endangered.
Donations in lieu of flowers
Plant a tree in our new Rainton Meadows orchard
Plant a small copse of trees at Milkwellburn Wood
We have some opportunity to plant some small groups of trees in Milkwellburn Wood. They would be available for families and friends of loved ones to visit and we can provide a map of their location. If you would like to find out more please contact Anne at Durham Wildlife Trust on 0191 518 3112 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
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