Lottery winner to use money to create new wildlife pond

Lottery winner to use money to create new wildlife pond

30 September 2020

Naomi Turner, supporter of the The Wildlife Aid Foundation, won £250 in last weeks draw and is planning on using the money to create a new wildlife pond.

 

The Wildlife Aid Foundation is a charity dedicated to the rescue, care and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned animals. Naomi first volunteered, before becoming a patient rehab manager and hospital coordinator helping animals in need. 

 

When asked about the charity and what it means to win, Naomi said: "We care for all British wildlife and aim to return as many animals back to the wild as possible. The work is so important as nature really needs all the help we can give it. Winning means so much. We can use the money to go towards our garden, we have been planning on creating a wildlife pond."

 

If you would like to support The Wildlife Aid Foundation, you can buy lottery tickets directly from their page: www.guildfordlottery.org/support/the-wildlife-aid-foundation 

 

 

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