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Education Fundraising Information

World Land Trust (WLT) needs everyone who really cares about saving wildlife. After learning about the importance of saving critically threatened habitats, we are sure you will want to raise funds to help us save them. You can help in very many different ways, and remember, fundraising should be fun

Individuals wanting to raise funds for WLT can find more information and their own version of the Fundraising Pack in the individuals fundraising section.


Education Fundraising Pack

Education Fundraising Pack

Brimming with information and ideas on fundraising for WLT, including top tips and useful web links:
Download a fundraising pack  (2.9 MB)
Download a donation form  (0.4 MB)
Download parental permission slip for photograph use  (0.1 MB)

Fundraising Ideas

WLT's Top 20 Fundraising Ideas

Don't know how to raise funds? Don't panic, check out this page featuring 20 great fundraising ideas.

Hall of Fame

Young Fundraisers' Hall of Fame

Get your school or youth club in WLT's prestigious Young Fundraisers' Hall of Fame by sending us photos and details on your fundraising event.


If you have questions about fundraising, why not read the FAQs for individuals here, and if your question is not answered then please get in touch.


Environmental Impacts

Please consider the environmental impacts of your fundraising activities and try to make your event as "green" as possible. Please note that balloons and chinese lanterns can be damaging to wildlife. The World Land Trust may not be able to publicise fundraising events we believe have a negative impact on the environment or would otherwise conflict with the Trust's goals.

It is very helpful for us if your fundraising donations can be placed in WLT's Action Fund for our most urgent project needs. Please let us know if you would prefer your donations to go to a specific project.

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