Keeptheban + The Fox Man Fundraiser – a Community crowdfunding project in London by Keeptheban

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The Fox Man is a 24 hour rescue covering the North West region and helps hundreds of foxes every single year. 

“Dedicated to helping sick and injured foxes/orphaned fox cubs in the North West area by providing a trap, treat and release service to those who have foxes in need visiting their properties. Based in Stockport, Greater Manchester, we consider all areas in the North West and will endeavor to find a nearby rescue for those outside of our catchment area.

We also aim to improve the sometimes tainted image of the fox via educational talks at schools and other groups, and can offer advice with regards to unwanted foxes as well as signposting to companies that specialize in this area.”

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Donate £6 and you can claim a jumbo fridge magnet! 

Donate £8 and you can claim a Keeptheban Keyring made in the UK from recycled materials!

Donate £10 and you can claim a notepad with a lovely design from one of our supporters! It would make a great little present!

Our goal is to raise as much as possible for this fantastic animal rescue and to help them upgrade their existing facilities! They’re a 2 man team that is on call 24 hours a day – so if we can help make their lives easier and help more foxes then that would be great! 

£200    –  Bottles of ivermectin to treat foxes with mange 

£400    –  Multiple tanks of diesel for ambulance rescue work 

£800  –  4 New traps to help sick/injured foxes 

£1000  –  3 Cellular trail cameras to alert for when foxes enter set traps 

£2000  –  Materials including wood/mesh to pay for new release pens 

£4000 – Vet bills for multiple foxes

Thank you for your support! 🙂 

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