We are always delighted when people choose HART as their charity of choice for their fundraising events.
Please check back soon for some virtual events and challenges to help HART through these difficult times!
Sabrina Smith - setup up her own fundraising page for HART, in memory of her loving mum Sue Miles
In 2017 a team of staff and volunteers from HART undertook the Rough Runners challenge! They all completed the 10K course in under 3 hours and raised £835!
Sarah Charlton and Richard Seddon's Wedding - Sarah and Richard setup a fundraising page for HART for their Wedding on the 9th July 2016.
Lewis Safe is took on the Hackney Half Marathon to raise vital finds for HART! See his story and donate to his page here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/lewissafe
Sarah Frost trekked to Everest Base Camp to raise money for HART Wildlife Rescue as we desperately need finds to save our wildlife. Here's what she had to say:
"In October I will be flying to Nepal to spend November on an expedition to Everest Base Camp, Kala Pattar and the Gokyo Lakes. I’ll be trekking through the Himalaya – the roof of the world – to raise money for HART Wildlife Rescue Centre who provide life-saving treatment to our British wildlife, be it orphaned fox cubs, injured owls or starving hedgehogs. Please sponsor me to raise money to save our wildlife!"
WOW! How amazing is that - Sara will also paid for everything personally so all donations came straight to HART - THANK YOU SARA!
Our fab volunteer Dionne Bolland took on a whopping 50K challenge to raise money for HART! Here's what she had to say:
"I have volunteered for Hart Wildlife for the past 5 years and I have seen first hand the amazing work they do to help injured and orphaned wildlife.
I want to go one step further and help raise much needed funds for this small charity as I know it will be put to very good use.
I also wanted to challenge myself and power walking 50km in one day will be a big challenge, but I am determined to succeed.
Any amount you can donate would be very gratefully received and will directly help wildlife in need."