Presentation on theme: "WildCare WildCare trust is a charitable fund that raises money to help endangered species around the world. Furthermore the fund will also help prevent."— Presentation transcript:
1 WildCareWildCare trust is a charitable fund that raises money to help endangered species around the world. Furthermore the fund will also help prevent cruelty amongst animals (abusing etc).Wildcare trust is a fund that raises money for future help of endangered animalsPrevents abuse.Set up in 2005.General informationThe WildCare Trust was set up in 2005 with the aim of saving animals from extinction. It is a charity and relies on its members for financial support to continue its work.
2 FactsAn endangered species is a population of organisms which is at risk of becoming extinct because it is either few in numbers, or threatened by changing environmental or predation parameters. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has calculated the percentage of endangered species as 40 percent of all organisms based on the sample of species that have been evaluated throughMany nations have laws offering protection to conservation reliant species: for example, forbidding hunting, restricting land development or creating preserves.Only a few of the many species at risk of extinction actually make it to the lists and obtain legal protection like Pandas. Many more species become extinct, or potentially will become extinct, without gaining public notice.A large numbers of endangered species around the world.Only a few animals will get legal protection.Many nations forbidden activities which harm animals. (hunting)
3 Endangered SpeciesPolar bears, penguins, pandas, monkeys, turtles and tigers. These are just some of the animals under threat of extinction due to climate change and the impact of humans.A variety of endangered species under threat due to golbal warming(ice caps melting)
4 Membership Membership options At present, there are three levels of membership - Platinum, Gold and Silver.Two new options are planned for next year - Teens and Kids.WildCare Teens (13-19 years)Members will receive a Welcome Pack and will be able to download a database of information about endangered species. The pack will include a membership card, sample results from the database, a leaflet with information about some of the animals and an adoption application form.Teen members will receive a magazine twice a year to keep them up to date on the work of the charity.WildCare Kids (Under 13s)Members will receive a Welcome Pack including a membership card, a badge and a sticker album.Members will receive stickers and activity sheets twice a year to keep them up to date on the work of the charity.Animal adoption schemeMembers may choose any animal in the database and adopt it by completing an application form and paying a fee. In return they are sent an adoption certificate and a bookmark featuring their adopted animal plus regular updates throughout the year. The scheme is only open to WildCare Members.Teen and kids membership is helpful and educational it keeps troubled teens and bored kids motivated.It is fun because the children have the chance to adopt there favourite animals and receive feedback and see how their getting on.They also receive gifts for joining.
5 Membership fees Adult Annual Member £20.00 Adult Life Member £200.00 CATEGORYMembership feesAdult Annual Member £20.00Adult Life Member £200.00Family Membership £35.00Senior Citizen Annual Member £12.00Senior Citizen Life Member £120.00Under 16s Annual Member £12.00Two new options have been planned for next year they have been named kids and teens,To become a member you have to adopt an animalPrices may varyYou can go to the wildcare website to find out more information:
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