ANIMAL RESCUE CENTRE NEEDS YOUR HELP
The Bexhill site need to raise £100,000 to stay afloat.
An animal rescue centre in the UK is having to raise £100,000 to stay afloat.
The Bexhill and Hastings Wildlife Rescue and Sanctuary rescues and rehabilitates a whole variety of wildlife such as seagulls, foxes, badgers, hedgehogs, birds, squirrels and many others.
The centre is run by people who are vegan.
They need to raise £100,000 by 26th November, or face closure.
“They are also trying to make an application to the local council for funding, but as you can imagine that is unlikely in the current financial situation for councils.”
How You Can Help
One supporter told VGN: "Many people are trying to raise funds, but obviously, such a large amount is a huge challenge and may well be insurmountable.
"A group has also been set up with people pledging a minimum of £100 (most people have pledged £500) to try and secure the future of the centre.
"They are also trying to make an application to the local council for funding, but as you can imagine that is unlikely in the current financial situation for councils, and also applying for a grant from a charitable organisation, but even if that is successful it may not be in time, and the amount required exceeds that which the organisation usually provides."
A Go Fund Me page has been set-up and can be donated to here: