Here you can find some of the latest information about our fundraising trees and plaques.
Installed at the Baronsdown Wildlife Sanctuary in early 2017, they have named their donation recognition tree 'The Tree of Life' and it proudly commemorates those who have left legacies in their Will. These generous gifts are making a real impact to their work in protecting animals from cruel sports.
The site is not open to the general public, but they do have open days for members. For more information and details of how to donate, or become a member of The League Against Cruel Sports, please visit their website
The Staffordshire Wildlife Trust proudly displays a copper fundraising tree at their headquarters. Visitors and members are invited to make a donation of at least £75 and in return, you will have an engraved brass Oak leaf placed on the tree for a full 12 months. The plaque will then be returned as a keepsake.
To order a personalised leaf, you can visit The Wolseley Centre near Rugeley, or call Sam Pachner on 01889 880 141
Our very own artist Bronwen Glazzard, has been selected as one of 49 artists to have their work displayed at the prestigious Artparks International 2017 Sculpture Exhibition. The annual exhibition takes place in the stunningly beautiful sculpture park, at Sausmarez Manor in Guernsey.
Donated by Teardrop Support Group
“Teardrop Support Group are so pleased to have donated this tree to Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust.
The tree is going to be used as a memento for bereaved parents. A leaf will be offered to each family that sadly loses a baby, then inscribed with baby’s name and date of birth.
The tree is held in the chapel where families can go and spend some quiet time to remember their baby. The tree is a great asset and was greatly received by the hospital.”
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Gary and Bronwen provided a fantastic service throughout. Thank you once again from Teardrop Support Group.
Finch Tree, and Brian Campbell, are proud to have donated a copper Love Tree fundraising tree and leaf plaques to the Castle Hill Breast Screening Unit in Cottingham, East Yorkshire.
The tree will enable the Breast Screening Unit to provide recognition to all of the kind contributors, who have helped them reach the tremendous goal of £80,000 in just 18 months. The money raised paid for vital new breast screening equipment and software, which will allow them to provide the very latest Digital Tomosynthesis to their patients.
MORE INFORMATION on Castle Hill Breast Screening Unit
“Working with Gary and Bronwen at Finch Tree has been a real pleasure. They took the time to send us samples, worked with us on the designing of our Memory Leaves and gave us feedback on what would work best. This has resulted in us all being really pleased with the product and I am sure the people that purchase one in memory of a loved one will be happy with the product.
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