Kingfisher – Wild Christmas Appeal – (eCard)


Kingfisher – Wild Christmas Appeal – (eCard)

Give the gift of nature by donating to our Wild Christmas appeal. Give in the name of yourself or a friend, get a beautiful eCard and we’ll make sure your £7 goes to helping that species thrive.

  • Choose your favourite animal, like kingfisher, and purchase an eCard to make your donation
  • Send the eCard to a friend and we’ll take you and them on a wild journey with Derbyshire Wildlife Trust
  • We’ll use your £7 to make sure kingfisher has everything she needs this Christmas

Together, we can create a wilder future for wildlife this Christmas. Support our Wild Christmas appeal and help save your favourite wildlife, like kingfisher.

Every penny raised from our Wild Christmas appeal goes back into building a wilder future, for kingfishers and for all wildlife.

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It’s the night before Christmas and tucked safely in a hole in a willow tree, I’ve got my head snugly under my bright blue wing. It is quiet and cold, and the clean river is twirling beneath. Luckily this year, there’s enough food to keep me warm and the river is free of ice. It tastes good, too – free from the nasty chemicals. Thanks for looking out for me this Christmas – thanks to you, and Derbyshire Wildlife Trust, I’m looking forward to a wilder future.

Love Kingfisher x

£7 will go towards projects such as cleaning our rivers of pollution and helping them to flow more naturally, doing what’s best for wildlife and for people. We’ll send you an eCard in return, for you and a friend! You can add your own message, too.

Thanks to Derbyshire Wildlife Trust, and their supporters like you, kingfishers have a wilder future. By giving someone the gift of nature this year, you’ll be helping us take action for wildlife in Derbyshire. Your donation will help us clean up our rivers from pollution and plastic, which have suffered from decades of pollution. We’ll work to help our rivers meander and flow more naturally, making them more resilient to flooding and more welcoming to wildlife.