About the Trust
The Wildheart Trust is a registered charity which is dedicated to realising its global ambitions. These are principally to make a meaningful impact on the health of the natural world while actively improving the well-being of animals in human care. The Trust runs the Wildheart Animal Sanctuary and provides governance for its conservation aims.
With the ‘Sixth Extinction’ crisis looming, time is of the essence. We aim to encourage an inclusive and participatory approach to conservation/restoration of the natural world. This means that everyone can play a vital role in preserving as much biodiversity as possible.
The Trust currently provides funding and technical support to in-situ conservation programmes for tigers in India, lemurs in Madagascar and native species here in the UK. The Trust has ambitions to grow its in-situ conservation.
Modern science is constantly re-framing our perception of how animals think and feel. This only motivates us to try even harder to improve their well-being. Our animals benefit from the bespoke care of people who then become their friends and family.
One of our most treasured aims as a charity is to give safe and loving forever homes to big cats and other animals. These poor creatures have been abused in circuses and the pet trade all over the world. We rescue and help these animals through the Wildheart Animal Sanctuary. The sanctuary relies heavily on admissions and donations to run and any financial help whether big or small is really appreciated. Here are a few ways that you can help The Wildheart Trust in its fundraising efforts:
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Wildheart Animal Sanctuary is a trading name of The Wildheart Trust, registered in England and Wales.
Company Number: 10238727, Registered Charity Number: 1171144. Registered Office: Wildheart Animal Sanctuary, Sandown, Isle of Wight, PO36 8QB.
Photography Credit: Chris Boyce, Keith Johnson, Charl Bailie; K1 Photography