Our supporters have achieved some great things, all whilst raising money for BirdLife’s vital conservation work. On this page you’ll find out how you too can fundraise for us – so get inspired and start saving birds today!
Want to help, but not sure how?
Run a marathon; cycle a flyway; climb a mountain
Physical events are some of the most popular ways that people raise money for charity. Plus, there are some fantastic health benefits for you too!
Fly like an eagle with a sponsored skydive
It’s not for everybody, but it’s just about the closest you can get to a day in the life of our feathered friends.
Planning a wedding?
You could ask your guests to donate to BirdLife International instead of buying wedding gifts. Your guests can help to protect a rainforest, establish a local conservation group or prevent a species from going extinct.
Remember a loved one
If they cared about protecting birds and nature, you can continue their legacy.
Or, do something completely different. Have a bake-sale, do a 24 hour twitchathon, dress up or speak like a bird for a day. Whatever you want to do, fundraise at the same time.
In our fundraising pack you’ll find all the information you need to get started, such as setting up an online fundraising page, and how to promote your activity on your social media channels.
Please note: As BirdLife does not currently provide places in major sporting events, there is no minimum sponsorship requirement. If you wish to fundraise for us, please purchase a standard entry and raise as much as you can.
Do you give talks to local groups and want to spread the word of BirdLife in your local community and beyond?
Email [email protected] to receive a short presentation about BirdLife to show at your talk.
If you want to get involved but don’t know how, or have any other questions, fill in the form or email [email protected] and someone from our team will get in touch.
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