The #worldrhinoday awareness campaign is spreading as we think today about the plight of this iconic species.
'WAX NOMINATE' FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED BY 'VOICES OF CONSERVATION' The Wilderness Foundation are delighted that World Wide Experiences 'Voices of Conservation' team have decided to support our Forever Wild Initiative by launching the 'Wax Nominate' fundraising campaign Inspired by the incredible success of the Ice Bucket Challenge they wanted to start a similar initiative to raise awareness for [...]
The Wilderness Foundation are organising a Vintage Tea Party in Burnham-on-Crouch on Thursday 6th November between 2 pm and 5 pm. The tea-party is very kindly being hosted by the Royal Corinthian Yacht Club. We are delighted that Philippa Munro will be demonstrating 'Inspiring Gifts from the Kitchen' and there will be 'Beautiful Flower Display' demonstrations too. Tickets [...]
We are delighted that the Danbury Sports and Social Centre are hosting a Christmas Carol Concert in aid of the Wilderness Foundation on Friday 6th December. The Hadleigh Temple Salvation Army Band will be playing a range of Christmas music and carols. Tickets are £5 each (children are free) and are available from the Danbury [...]
We are entering a team in this challenge event - we are going to be walking 25 kms from Putney Bridge along passed Hampton Court
Join Ursula Ferrigno on Thursday 8th August at the Sandon Garden Centre, Mayes Lane, Sandon
Luke would like to thank all of those who kindly donated to Luke's Virgin Money Giving page. Luke cycled from the heart of Chelmsford to Norwich on Saturday 25th May. Unfortunately due to a knee injury bought on by the ride he was unable to make the return journey, but one way is 80 miles [...]
David Eckersley, Project Coordinator of our flagship "Imbewu Scotland" programme is taking on quite a challenge in support of The Wilderness Foundation initiative - or at least his feet are! David and a team of friends have signed up for The Caledonian Challenge - an event which will test them physically, mentally and at points emotionally over [...]
Congratulations and heartfelt thanks to Zoe Douglas from Brentwood School, who completed the Brentwood Fun Run on 23rd March in support of our work
The Wilderness Foundation UK has recently joined the "eBay for Charity" scheme. This means that for any item you list and sell on eBay, you can decide to give a percentage in support of our work to protect the last of the world's wild places.
Chelmsford Grand Awards is a new awards scheme for local voluntary and community groups active in the borough of Chelmsford. It was created to recognise and support the many small groups doing big things in the community. £1000 will be awarded each month to the [...]
We are delighted to offer the opportunity to join a truly amazing journey into one of the wildest places on the planet, where nature rules and humans are just visitors. Walk in the Wild - South Africa 14th to 21st September 2012 Estimated cost: £700 trail cost plus minimum sponsorship £500 = £1,200 *excluding flights [...]
Join the Wilderness Foundation UK and Rarer Cancers Trust for a fundraising evening of fun and games at Little Baddow Village Hall on Friday 17th June 2011. Our "Out of Africa" quiz and supper evening has an African theme - but don't be put off - most of the questions are general knowledge based and [...]
Here at The Wilderness Foundation UK we've been "brainstorming"!! So far, we've managed to come up with 30 inspiring ideas to help WFUK raise awareness and funds. We're sure that you can think of plenty more ways to help us. So, let's seize the day and go for it... The philosophy and work of WFUK attracts the [...]
Hopefully you remember Tom and Andy the intrepid explorers from Ride Earth who are exploring the globe by mountain bike. They left the UK back in June 2007 and have many stories to tell about sustainable travel, the culture and societies they have been welcomed into. In May 2010 Tom and Andy will be starting [...]