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Animal Conservation. Adoption Schemes. WWF. WildCare. The WildCare Trust was set up in 2005 with the aim of saving animals from extinction. It is a charity and relies on its members for financial support to continue its work.
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Adoption Schemes WWF WildCare • The WildCare Trust was set up in 2005 with the aim of saving animals from extinction. It is a charity and relies on its members for financial support to continue its work. • Membership fees are the main source of income, supported by the animal adoption scheme and donations. • Wildcare plans to develop a database of endangered species which can be downloaded and used by members. • Members may choose any animal in the database and adopt it by completing an application form and paying a fee. In return they are sent an adoption certificate and a bookmark featuring their adopted animal plus regular updates throughout the year. The scheme is only open to WildCare Members. • http://www1.edexcel.org.uk/D201_SPB_0911_FINAL/html/SPB201WildCare.html • Many tigers are killed for profit; often by criminal gangs who operate across borders. Their skin, bones, teeth and other body parts are sold for pointless profit. How much would you give to help keep a tiger alive? We're asking for £3 a month. • As a regular donor we'll keep you updated by sending you our supporter magazine three times per year. • Join our kids club for 7-11 year olds from only £3 a month. Or £1.50 a month when adopting an animal or becoming a WWF member at the same time. • You get some great stuff when you join. For starters you'll receive your own awesome membership pack, which is chock-full of goodies. • Help protect our natural world for future generations. For example just £3 a month could help us map the location of palm oil plantations. • https://support.wwf.org.uk/?gclid=CJLHucvAl7QCFcbLtAodUCYAaQ&pc=ALD004001
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Membership Fees Found in Membership Fees Evidence
Using this research • From researching the different membership cards, I found that simplicity really makes it look more professional. • The use of a graphic or image is limited and it is important to keep information limited, keep it clear and ‘clean’. • Also, the appropriate and most important information should only be used.
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