The Aspinall Foundation - Adopt an animal
The Aspinall Foundation - Adopt an animal

Supporter, 3 quick and easy ways to support conservation

Email sent: Sep 10, 2021 12:08pm
We know you're busy, so we've come up with 3 quick and easy ways to raise money for The Aspinall Foundation's conservation projects.


Dear Supporter,


Thanks to your incredible support this year, The Aspinall Foundation has continued to make some groundbreaking achievements in conservation, including the rewilding of 2 captive-born cheetahs from Canada and the birth of the first ever baby to captive-born gorillas released into the wild.


3 easy ways to help us do even more

Some of our most exciting and challenging rewilding projects are just on the horizon and we want you to be a part of them.  We know it's been a hectic time with the kids going back to school and everyone heading back to the office  - so we've come up with 3 quick and easy ways you can support conservation!


Feel good shopping

Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible items to The Aspinall Foundation at no cost to you. Same products, same prices, same service.


Make a difference

Facebook fundraisers make it easy to support The Aspinall Foundation with no donation fees.  Quickly spread your story to build momentum and effortlessly raise money for conservation.


Run wild!

This one does involve a little effort, but if you're working on your fitness anyway, you can make a real difference to conservation at the same time!  Your entry includes free admission to the reserve after your run and a medal for completion. 

We couldn't do this without you, so whether you're getting your running shoes on or simply donating while you shop, we're very grateful for your support.

Thank you.


Be social

You can also support our work by liking and sharing The Aspinall Foundation's social posts, helping us to spread awareness. 


The Aspinall Foundation, Port Lympne Reserve, Aldington Road, Lympne, Nr Hythe, Kent CT21 4PD, 01303 264647

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