Dear Friends,Since our last newsletter much has changed again in the world around us. Whatever the state of the times, we continue to deal with a new reality of how we live. This continues to have real uncertainty about what the future may hold for us all in terms of health, social contact, and economics [...]
It is mental health awareness. It does come around each year – but I think this year – with all that is going on around us as we enter 58 days of lockdown – is a really important to consider for us all. Several people I know talk about feelings of frustration, uncertainty, loss [...]
Wilderness Foundation CEO Jo Roberts reflects on the present - COVID-19 its impacts on the Foundation and her thoughts during this time. Looking to nature as a reprieve and reflecting on what we have and what we can do for others. It is a boiling hot day and feels like summer and [...]
Recently a team of four students from Pitlochry High School entered the Youth Philanthropy Initiative in a bid to win funding for our Scottish based Imbewu programme. Rebecca, Mati, Oliver and Dan worked together for over 6 weeks putting together a presentation about why they thought Imbewu was an important programme, the impact it [...]
Dear Friends, We are getting glimmers of sun every now and again in the midst of snow, frost and really cold weather. Seasons are so important in terms of making sense of the world – as they ebb and flow – with regularity and purpose. They can be quite reassuring and can serve as an [...]
Dear Friends, As this year comes to an end and a new one begins, it does offer us a time to reflect backwards and plan forwards. Each first day of a New Year offers an opportunity to start things fresh, make sincere commitments to do more of the good things and leave behind the behaviours [...]
Wilderness Foundation UK CEO Jo Roberts reviews The Nature Fix by Florence Williams, a new book from W W Norton publishers. It makes a fascinating read!
Please help us to help both Nature and People through this urgent appeal. We need to raise £50,000 to continue our work.
Please see the following CEO's archive posts: 2016 2015 2014