Charity Tandem Skydive in aid of East Sussex Wildlife Rescue & Ambulance Service (WRAS)
Every year across the UK millions of wildlife casualties are put to sleep unnecessarily because there is no one available to take them in and care for them. However East Sussex Wildlife Rescue & Ambulance Service (WRAS) is helping to ensure that doesn’t happen in East Sussex. The community charity receives over 3000 calls for help every year and their veterinary hospital is capable of taking in up to 250 casualties at a time.
Established in 1996 as a voluntary group after founder Trevor Weeks MBE had already been undertaking wildlife rescue and conservation on his own for 10 years, the organisation has a rich history of working with other organisations and continuously learning and improving its skills and ability to help wildlife in need.
The variety of casualties dealt with includes small animals and birds like catted garden birds and bats, plus dog attacked hedgehogs, road casualty foxes, badgers caught in snares, deer entangled in netting, injured seals on the beach and much more. The charity have five ambulances which are driven by volunteer rescuers and operates 24 hours a day but is pushed to its limits as the demand is so high. Please help them help wildlife in need and stop their unnecessary destruction.
To book your charity skydive and raise money for the East Sussex Wildlife Rescue & Ambulance Service, go to our booking page or phone us on 01869 278706.
Reg Charity 1108880