Case Study – Bat Conservation Trust

Charity Representative Name
Joe Nunez-Mino

Amount raised so far

What does this mean to your charity?
Bats are some of the most misunderstood and undervalued animals on Earth. Every penny we raise enables us to educate more people as to the beauty and value of bats by challenging misconceptions. As a relatively small wildlife charity we try to provide a voice for bats which that make up about 25% of all mammal species in the world. We run a National Bat Helpline that provide a range of advice for members of the public – this can range from people who find grounded, injured or orphaned bats through to helping people who find bats in their homes. We get around 15000 enquirers a year, each of these can vary in cost but £300 contributes towards training someone that can do this. £300 can also help produce information leaflets that can be sent out to volunteers that can use these to spread the word about bats.

With Halloween coming up we hope even more people use Give as you Live to support our work!

What communication channels do you use to promote Give as you Live?
We use social media (Facebook and Twitter) as well as our website ( and various e-newsletters that we produce.

What Give as you Live resources have you used to promote it to your supporters?
Images and suggestions that Give as you Live have provided

Testimonial about Give as you Live
Give as you Live provides an easy way for everyone to contribute towards the long term survival of bats and the habitats they rely on.