Project information

Helping Wildlife

Cuan wildlife rescue centre is a 24/7 rescue and rehabilitation centre based in Shropshire. we take over 10,000 calls each year about sick, injured and orphaned wildlife and take in 2,500 every year this costs roughly £150,000 to run and we need help with everyday running costs.

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Charity information: Cuan Wildlife Rescue

Cuan Wildlife Rescue logo
  • Need

    Need

    Humans impact on our wildlife and there habitats.

    Solution

    By helping any wildlife that comes into our care, this can be for anything from cat/dog attacks to road traffic accidents.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    Helping wildlife

    Activities

    » Ongoing care and treatment

    We post videos and photos everyday on all our social media about the animals that come in their treatment and finally their release


  • Impact

    Impact

    We aim to educate the public through social media and when people bring animals to us about caring for our wildlife, when to leave alone and when to step in, how to look after their habitats and learn about their needs.

    Risk

    The only risk is not raising enough money each year to continue with our work.
    we continue with fundraising and events to make sure this never happens

    Reporting

    Through social media, emails and news letters.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £5,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £5,000 Big Give Raising awareness and attracting new donners
  • Background

    Location

    Based in the historic Olympic town of Much Wenlock Shropshire we are surrounded by countryside with an extremely diverse population of wildlife.

    Beneficiaries

    All wildlife

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    We have a purpose built hospital were we can carry out minor operations and are fully equipped from incentive care unit through to hands off soft release pens outside.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.

    People

    Anna Nicolas

    Runs the Charity

    Sean Nicolas

    Runs the Charity along with his wife Anna

    Fran Hill

    Hospital Manager

    Hannah Hill

    Fundraising