WWPAW is a charity which needs the support of people such as yourselves to ensure that all of the great work which the charity has planned can be carried out. Whilst Wingham Wildlife Park are able to support WWPAW through the donation of space, resources and expertise there are other aspects of WWPAW’s work which require financial aid. Helping WWPAW carry out that work may be easier and more affordable than you might think!
Ocassionaly staff from Wingham Wildlife Park, our trustees and other supporters participate in events and tasks to try to raise funds and awareness of WWPAW. We will endeavour to list all of these below to show you how people are getting involved and how you can help them! If you would like to donate money to us by being sponsored for something (whether it is running, walking, being silent, jumping out of a plane or doing any number of other activity which you think will test or stretch you), please let us know and we’ll be happy to support it here!
Thames Path Challenge (Markus)
Markus, the chairman of WWPAW and curator of WWP, is taking part in the 100km Thames Path walking challenge, walking the full distance in one go which should take between 25 and 30 hours! He needs to raise at least £395 by the time it comes round to the event on 10th September 2016: