Below is a list of the charities that I support and a bit about what they do. I try to do what I can, though as always, I could always do more. I just wanted to use this blog to recognise the amazing work that these charities do, and many of the other charities across the world working for good causes. Thank you.


bite-back Bite Back Shark and Marine Conservation

I’ve supported this charity for many years, my love of the sea and sharks is no secret to anyone who knows me. Over-fishing is a real concern and needs to be taken seriously. Furthermore, wasteful practices such as shark finning needs to be stopped, the loss of the apex predator from our oceans could have devastating effects.


wlt World Land Trust

An international conservation charity looking to protect the world’s most biologically important and threatened habitats acre by acre. Patrons include Sir David Attenborough and Chris Packham. In 2014 I supported the charity by buying a quarter of an acre of the Beni Savannah in Bolivia, and they have lots of other ways to support them in which I hope to participate in the future.


wwf World Wildlife Fund

The WWF has a long and proud history and is now the largest and most influential independent conservation charity in the world. There mission is to build a future in which humans live and prosper in harmony with nature – a statement I can certainly get on board with.


peta People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

PETA is the largest animals rights organization in the world, and whilst I am not a vegan (and PETA would probably hate me for that!), I like to think I can still support their work against cruelty to animals as I believe that animals should not be made to suffer for our entertainment or just for our convenience.


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