East Sussex Wildlife Rescue & Ambulance Service is an award-winning community service funded entirely by donations helping everything from orphaned hedgehogs to seals injured on the beach. The charity runs five veterinary ambulances which are out 24 hours a day 7 days a week 365 days a year helping as many wildlife casualties as possible; as well as a Casualty Centre capable of housing up to 300 casualties at a time.
WRAS deals with calls from members of the public and other animal welfare organisations like the Swan Sanctuary, Fox Project, Southdowns Badger Group, International Animal Rescue, British Divers Marine Life Rescue, Sussex Bat Hospital and many others. Our service is free of charge, we DO NOT charge - but the average cost to the charity of responding to and dealing with a call-out is £85, which includes veterinary bills, food, water, electric, bedding, caging, rescue equipment, vehicles and fuel, phone bills and other necessary expenses, so we appreciate any donations to help cover these costs.
Every year between 2-3,000 calls are made to WRAS’s rescue line. Our rescuers are all volunteers and are funded by kind donations and support from people like you.
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