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Have you ever wanted to take on a challenge or have the adventure a lifetime? Achieve something amazing, push your limits and raise money for animals at the same time?
Take a look at the challenge events we have on offer below.


We have teamed up with Skyline Events to bring you a range of options as to how you can fund raise for us. From daring skydives to epic treks, these challenges can be undertaken solo or in a group.
There are opportunities for events that take place all over the UK and beyond. Contact to discuss ideas further and check out the skyline events website for inspiration.
Click here to find out more: Skyline Events

Running Events

Teams of dedicated and inspirational runners have taken part in two previous races in aid of Wild Welfare. The Royal Parks Half Marathon and The Vitality Big Half Marathon. Participating in a running event is a fantastic way of helping to raise funds to continue our vital work, and get fit whilst doing it!
Strava users can also set up their own fundraising challenge by using the app to track walking, running or cycling distances whilst gaining sponsorship through linking their app to Just Giving.
To register interest for future events or for more information, get in touch with us today:


If you are interested in taking part in another challenge event and would like to fundraise for us, then please get in touch and we can help you get started with your fundraising.
We will be signing up to a number of exciting challenge events in the future, so watch this space for more ways to get involved and raise funds for Wild Welfare!
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From conducting welfare assessments in zoos and delivering hands-on training with zoo staff to developing educational materials, addressing legislation gaps in wild animal welfare governance and carrying out research, our work is varied and vast, but is absolutely focussed on improving welfare for wild animals living in captivity around the world.
Read our latest project updates on the?News and Blog?page
Learn More about our individual projects on?Our Projects?page