Fundraise for the Mammal Society!
Britain’s wild animals need our help
One in four of our native mammals is threatened with extinction, and many others are in decline. With Britain now recognised as one of the most nature-depleted countries in the world, urgent action is needed. We are working to give our wildlife a better future by:
- Keeping a constant watch on the conservation status of our mammals and making this information freely available
- Making conservation more effective by providing guidance on what to do and where to do it
- Educating the public and professionals about wild mammals, training people to survey them, and sharing the latest research
- Working in partnership to restore native mammal populations and re-establish functional ecosystems
There are so many things that we want to achieve this year and we have several ongoing projects, as well as new ones coming up, in 2021 these include the National Harvest Mouse Survey, #PlasticInMammals and the Volunteer Mountain Hare Project…BUT we can’t do any of this without your help.
Why we need your support
Unlike many wildlife charities we receive no government funding for our core activities, which means that research into the status of Britain’s wild animals and development of data gathering and analysis software (including our free Mammal Mapper app) must be self-funded. This is where our fantastic fundraisers have stepped in and where you could really make a difference!
Set up your JustGiving page today and select us as your charity, or alternatively make a donation by clicking on the button below!
The funds you raise for us help so much
Our latest fundraising champions
Seven year old Otis in the Midlands raised £430 by doing a massive 420 sit ups.
Seventeen year old wildlife artist Andrew Edginton raised £1,275 and covered 50 miles picking up litter to help his local wildlife. Read his blog here.
Merryl, along with her two children nicknamed Seahorse and Turtle, raised £378 by spotting 26 mammal species in 26 weeks for the 2.6 Challenge. Read their blog here.
Pam raised £298 by spotting 26 different mammal species in 26 weeks for the 2.6 Challenge. Read Pam’s blog here.
Derek raised £86 by spotting 26 different mammal species in 26 weeks for the 2.6 Challenge. Read Derek’s blog here.
Jo raised £198 by running 26 km over the course of a week for the 2.6 Challenge.
Fiona raised £1070 by running the Amsterdam Marathon.
Charlie raised £30 by getting sponsored to bake some mammal-themed cakes.