Get Involved

Thanks to the generous support of donors, fundraisers and volunteers the charity is promoting conservation and helping wildlife in the UK and abroad. While wildlife around the world is under threat we have important work to do, and at home, funds are needed for the hedgehog hospital. There are lots of easy and fun ways to get involved and support.

Spread the word

Something as simple as sharing this website with your Twitter or Facebook friends could spread the word and help make a difference.     

Volunteer

We need volunteers to look after some grateful hedgehogs both in the hospital and off-site. If you think you can make a commitment to help our spiky friends then find out more at our volunteer page.

Wish list

The Hospital is always in need of materials and supplies. Can you help? We also have an SWCC Amazon wish list as an easy way to support.

Easy Fundraising

Do your on-line shopping via Easy Fundraising and we will receive a donation to our charity at absolutely no cost to you. Lots of well known shops are registered with this website!

Events

Come along to one of our events such as the Tiger Day, Hedgehog day or Halloween – have fun, meet others who care about our wildlife and support the project along the way.

Sponsor a fundraising activity

To find out more about our fundraising, or make a donation, visit the Just Giving fund raising page.

Sponsor a hedgehog

Help save the life of a hedgehog this year and sponsor a hedgehog. All proceeds to the Shepreth Hedgehog Hospital. Find out how to sponsor a hedgehog today.

Schools education

We offer education events and presentations for schools to spread the word about wildlife under threat. If you would like a visit please get in touch.

Donate

The charity is always grateful for financial donations no matter how small. You can donate online at JustGiving. Don’t forget to leave a message if you would like to support a particular project.

Leave a gift in your will

A gift of any size in your will could make a difference for future generations and enable us to continue our conservation work. Find out more about leaving a legacy.