Gloucestershire based home remodelling specialist, The Cotswold Collection, has announced its support for the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) by becoming a corporate patron scheme member.
John Creedon, Corporate Relations Manager at WWT, explains: “With 2009 being Sir Peter Scott’s centenary, this is a great time to become a corporate supporter. We have a number of important projects next year both conserving some of the most important wetlands in the UK and around the world, as well as saving some of the most threatened wetland wildlife species. We are therefore delighted that The Cotswold Collection has chosen to support this vital work.”
Mark Hamilton, Managing Director of The Cotswold Collection, says: “We are working very hard to balance our use of natural resources with support for environmental protection. This is why we have joined WWT – to help with its worldwide conservation work. If our children are to continue to enjoy being inspired by nature into the future, we need to support WWT’s pioneering work now.”
WWT’s patron scheme has been created to offer each supporter a bespoke relationship with WWT. Organisations like The Cotswold Collection can align themselves with WWT’s mission and values in its own unique way, whilst providing an important source of funding for WWT’s leading work in education, research and the environment. In return, a tailored package of benefits are offered including a range of ways to reach WWT’s almost one million visitors a year.
If you would like to discuss how WWT could work with your organisation contact John Creedon on 01453 891 274 or email@example.com
Further information about The Cotswold Collection can be found at www.cotswoldcollection.co.uk
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