Animals’ Voice is an Educational and Wildlife Rescue Trust based in Fordingbridge, Hampshire, England.
The trust is overseen by a board of trustees whose aims are to teach respect and educate adults and children alike, and to bring about change, helping to protect and prevent loss of species. We believe that by caring for animals, insects, fauna, and flora, we will help benefit future generations.
We have members in over forty different countries who receive our quarterly United Against Cruelty To Animals (UACTA) magazine, which keeps them informed of the progress we are making. Our literature is produced by a small team of staff at Animals’ Voice, as is our magazine. Although a small publication, it enables us to keep in touch with members world-wide.
As well as our campaigns against animal cruelty, we also rescue sick and injured wildlife from around the New Forest Area. Over the years we have handled quite a variety, all of which when fully recovered from their injuries are released back into the wild where they belong.
Under normal circumstances we give educational talks to school groups, Brownies, WI meetings, etc., and if invited we take along some of the animals we have rescued. To raise funds for our work we attend various shows and bazaars, and hold jumble sales and book sales, although our main support comes from membership of Animals’ Voice and it is through our members’ generosity that we are able to help our animal friends.
However, due to Covid-19, we are prevented from doing this until such time as restrictions are lifted.
How You Can Help Us
|By sending us:||Can you organise…|
|Postage stamps||a coffee morning?|
|Old coins or medals||a jumble sale?|
|Books, new or old||magazine deliveries?|
|Jewellery (gold or silver)|