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Secret World Wildlife Rescue
SWWR is a rescue centre for orphaned and injured British wildlife.
Secret World Wildlife Rescue
REGISTERED NAME
Secret World Wildlife Rescue
REGISTERED NUMBER
1097119
ORGANISATION TYPE
Charity Commission England and Wales
YEAR OF REGISTRATION
2003
Last Updated:
04.05.2021

£908k

Turnover

24

Employees

300

Volunteers

Organisation Overview

Areas of Interest

  • Animal welfare
  • Education
  • Environment

Our History

  • Secret World Wildlife Rescue is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife. Founded in 1992 by renowned wildlife champion Pauline Kidner, we prevent suffering through direct care for around 5,000 animals each year and run an extensive education program for all levels of experience.

Details

  • Areas of Operation:
    England: Somerset

Beneficiaries

  • Animals

    Wild animals benefit directly through our rescue, rehabilitation and release program, and through our education work with veterinary professionals, other wildlife rehabilitators and the general public

  • Children / Young People

    We offer a range of activities and learning sessions for all ages, including pre-school and higher education. These are a combination of outreach sessions, and sessions run in our bespoke learning centre and beautiful grounds

  • Adults

    Volunteers are an important part of our charity and we offer numerous opportunities for people from all backgrounds to get involved and learn new skills in animal care, maintenance, administration, fundraising and more

Our Vision for a better future

  • We are working towards a future where everyone understands the problems faced by British wildlife, inspiring a love for wild animals and a desire to protect them. We will continue using our work to educate and mitigate the effects that human activity has on wild species and their habitats.

Our goals to make a difference

  • Prevent suffering by providing direct care for injured and orphaned wildlife in the UK

  • Ensure high levels of animal welfare by providing the highest possible level of care

  • Ensure veterinary professionals have the skills + knowledge they need to assist wildlife casualties

  • Educate the public so that they can reduce their impact on wild species and their habitats

  • Promote the health and wellbeing benefits of outdoor learning for children and young people

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