Greener Gloucestershire Festival
I hope you have enjoyed The Greener Gloucestershire Festival just as much as we did, which was held at Park Campus, Cheltenham on the 20th September
Greener Gloucester Festival was about celebrating the sustainability across our country. It featured a lot of events for families and friends such as the Cheltenham connect village show, live music, face painting, circus skills, educational nature & wildlife talks, a variety of workshops, real ale & cider, a farmers market and a lot of fun for the whole family.
Here, at Naturewatch Foundation we are preparing for World Animal Day on 4th October, and I hope that you and your family will join us in celebrating this special day.
On our stall in the main marquee we sold T-shirts, held a raffle, displayed educational videos, and distributed newsletters to help raise awareness about World Animal Day. I’m pleased to say it was a huge success and thank you to all our wonderful supporters who came to see us; both those who have been with us for years and those who joined up on the day.
In 2003 Naturewatch Foundation launched the World Animal Day project and now has 85 Ambassadors working in 71 countries around the world. Many Ambassadors are working in dire conditions and facing the most upsetting scenes of animal cruelty and neglect every single day.
We are bringing you three cries for help from World Animal Day Ambassadors who are seeking financial support for specific projects to help them carry out their valuable work helping animals. This is your chance to vote and donate towards the project you think is most worthy. The project that gets the most votes will receive the largest grant with the other two receiving smaller grants.
You can donate here: http://naturewatch.org/get-involved/donate
Don’t forget to email us your vote at: Info@naturewatch.org
Find out more about each project here: http://naturewatch.org/campaign/world-animal-day
For World Animal Day how about you hold your own event? Whether you choose to put a post on Facebook or Twitter with the #worldanimalday, organise a tea party to raise awareness about animal welfare issues, or do a sporting event. Every little action will bring us a step closer to our goal to end animal cruelty.
The animals are worth it!
Please join hands with everyone who cares around the globe in celebration for this wonderful day.