Fundraise for us

Fundraise for us

Four women and young child walking through Abernethy Forest, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, - Mark Hamblin/2020VISION

Do something good today. Bring wildlife back by raising money for Cheshire Wildlife Trust.

Whether you join one of our events or do your own thing, every penny you raise helps protect local wildlife and local wild places for everybody to enjoy. Whatever your talents, you can use your skills and do something you enjoy to help raise vital funds and bring wildlife back.

From setting up a sponsored run to organising a special event like a bake sale or bring and buy sale, or getting sponsored to run a marathon or do a skydive, you can make a real difference for wildlife.

Whatever you choose, we’re here to help. We can give you fundraising ideas, help you promote your event and make sure you have the support you need.  If you need some inspiration, download our free guide to fundraising. Or alternatively, please get in touch with our fundraising team. 

Go wild, raise money, and do something great for local wildlife!

Get in touch

fundraising guide
Cheshire Wildlife Trust would love to keep in contact with you about the local work of the Trust and the other ways you can get involved. You can updated the way you hear from us by emailing info@cheshirewt.org.uk or calling 01948 820728. 
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Open Gardens

open garden

Many of you nurture wonderful wildlife-friendly gardens. Can you open your garden to raise some extra money for Cheshire Wildlife Trust?

You could join up with one or two others in your town, village or area. If you don’t fancy opening for the public, why not invite friends and family to your own private garden party or a simple afternoon tea in your garden or backyard. We can help with publicity and tips for organising the day. Get in touch to find out more.

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Here are just some of the gardens that open for us each year.

Rowley House

rowley house

A beautiful wildlife friendly garden which includes rare trees, ponds, a wildflower meadow, a woodland walk and even wildlife-inspired sculptures.

Ashton Grange

ashton grange

A beautiful wildlife friendly garden which includes a large pond, an orchard, kitchen garden and wildflower meadow.  Take a walk through the five-acre woodland which is under restoration and includes some wonderful tree carvings.

 

Our open gardens take place throughout the spring and summer. Find out more about upcoming open garden events on our events page.

Upcoming events

Make your hobby work for wildlife

sarah radford walk for wildlife

Cheshire resident Sarah Radford has decided to support us through her love of walking. In 2021 she's doing 100 different walks and donating money to Cheshire Wildlife Trust with each walk. When she's joined by family and friends, they donate too!

Sarah says "I am determined to visit new places, take in 100 different views in the hope to spot wildlife and nature at its finest. You can follow my journey on Instagram @ill.b.walking

This is a great way of using something you enjoy to make a real difference to local wildlife. If you'd like to do something similar, let us know. We'd love to hear about it.

Get in touch

More ways to fundraise

Contact us for more support

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or phone: 01948 820728