HORNBEAM WOOD HEDGEHOG SANCTUARY
A family run Charity that looks after wild hedgehogs. Over the last six years we have rescued, rehabilitated, and released nearly 1000 injured or orphaned hedgehogs. We use 100% of income from our shop and donations to help the hedgehogs.
HELP SUPPORT OUR WORK
You can support us with donations, gifts, fundraising, sponsorship, partnerships, or legacies. We would appreciate your support even if it's helping to raise awareness and telling others about us and letting them know what we do to help the hedgehogs.
BECOME A MEMBER
By becoming a member of Hornbeam Wood Hedgehog Sanctuary you are directly helping to maintain and restore important local wildlife for future generations. The charity receives no funds from the Government and our work is largely funded by people like you who want to support local wildlife and help British Hedgehogs.
DONATE TO US ONLINE
You can donate to us via Paypal with one-time donations or monthly donations. It costs about £20 a month to feed, shelter, and provide heat for one hedgehog. But any donation amount is greatly appreciated and all helps the hedgehogs.
Please check Gift Aid, it helps us a huge amount.
DONATE TO US BY CHEQUE
If you would like to make a donation via Cheque, please make it payable to "Hornbeam Wood Hedgehog Sanctuary" and post, or hand deliver it to:
c/o Hornbeam Wood Hedgehog Sanctuary
71A High Street
HELPING BRITISH WILD HEDGEHOGS
The Charity is a family run operation with help from the local community. Setup in April 2015, Mother and son are involved on a daily basis. The Charity rehabilitates Wild Hedgehogs which are sick, injured, underweight, or need help. Over 250 Hedgehogs were released back in to the wild in 2019.
Most of the costs involved in helping the hedgehogs at the Charity are currently covered by the members and some very generous people donating both money and time. Notably the Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, and Nine Lives Vets Redbourn who help out immensely.
The Charity opened an online shop in August 2018 which is managed in the hope that the funds made from the sale of the products will cover some of the daily costs of running the Charity, and hopefully help contribute to the future projects planned.
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