David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) member Amanda Butler from West Swindon has taken on the role of Regional Volunteer Fundraising Ambassador (RVFA) for Wiltshire.
Her aim is to spread knowledge about the work of the foundation by visiting schools, community organisations and businesses, and to gain financial support for wildlife conservation around the world.
Amanda will be promoting the work of the charity in the Brunel Centre on Saturday 18 July.
She is also inviting readers to learn more about the foundation at a Really Wild Garden Party at her home in Peatmoor on Sunday 12 July. There will be tea and cakes and an outdoor showing of The Lion King.
For a ticket mail Amanda: ambassador4DSWF@yahoo.co.uk
For details of her activities see Facebook: DSWF supporters
Amanda and husband Barry have launched a DSWF online crowd funding campaign to save wildlife with a video featuring Alan Titchmarsh. Money will be used to purchase equipment to hold sponsored bike rides with computer graphics across the world. Help out at: www.crowdfunder.co.uk/DSWFcycling4wildlife