Why was Wildlife & Welfare established?
Wildlife & Welfare has a team of staff and Trustees with many years of experience in the fields of animal welfare, wildlife conservation and environmental conservation. During our different careers, we have had the opportunity to work and visit charities all over the world and see first hand, the challenges and restrictions they are working to. Providing funding and resources will only help so far, but it is education and training that will see a long-term change and provide the security the organisation needs to succeed. This is where Wildlife & Welfare can help. Whether it is providing the knowledge through our Resource Library, or providing a volunteer team of experts to run a training session, our aim is to enhance the skills and expertise of existing charities, so they can continue and expand their amazing work.
When was the charity established and how is it run?
Wildlife & Welfare was registered as a charity in March 2018.
We take the governance of our charity very seriously and ensure that every penny spent is to further our charitable aims in the most cost effective way possible. Our Board of Trustees, which includes professionals from the public and private sectors, meet regularly to oversee all aspects of the charity and plan our long-term strategy.
Our Chief Executive manages the day to day operations and is supported by a highly qualified team with years of experience from the charity sector.
Important Charity Information
The Old Fire Station
Salt Lane, Salisbury,
SP1 1DU, UK
Registered Charity Number: 1177425 (England & Wales)
Registered Company: 10662389 (England & Wales)