Bat Care Guidelines – Help us save bats

by Bat Conservation Trust

About the project


Tipping Point £1,000
Putting together the new edition £3,500
Printing 2000 copies £5,700
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In-kind donations range from drinks to office supplies. We even accept homemade cakes. See what else we need!
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25 hrs
In-kind donations range from drinks to office supplies. We even accept homemade cakes. See what else we need!

Get involved

Here are some great ways to get involved with the project and help out. If you have...
  • 2 minutes
    Sharing is caring! Copy and paste the following message in our social media platform: Help #bats today and donate towards the creation of #batcare guidelines! #lovebats @_BCT_ #crowdfunding @buzzbnk
  • 5 minutes
    If you only had 5 minutes to convince a friend to donate to this cause what would you tell them? Well here is your chance! Get to it!
  • 15 minutes
    Write a short article about BCT and this project and share it on Facebook, blog or any group you are a part of! Share it with us and we will share back! Let’s get the message out there!
  • 30 minutes
    Call TWO people you think would be able to donate and get them on board! Tell them about the important work we do at BCT and the importance of these Bat Care Guidelines
  • A few hours
    Fundraise for our cause! Organise an event to raise funds for the creation of the Bat Care Guidelines. For more information on how to do this visit our website: or email
  • Regular time commitment
    Want to get really involved? Why not join your local bat group? Find it here: . Are you always busy and short for time? Don’t worry; you can help by becoming a member. You can even join for life! Visit this page for more information:

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About the organisation

Vision and mission

The Bat Conservation Trust is the leading NGO solely devoted to the conservation of bats and the landscapes on which they rely. Bats are unique and play a vital role in our environment but during the last century bat populations suffered severe declines. We are working to secure the future of bats in our ever changing world by tackling the threats to bats, from persecution to loss of roosts and changing land use.

Geographical coverage

Within UK

Our track record

Since 1991 the Bat Conservation Trust has run a diverse range of projects to conserve bat populations. We are part of one of the most successful conservation movements in the world, supported by a network of members, volunteers, academics and professionals. Bats are now protected by law in Europe, and in the UK some species may already be benefitting from the positive effects of conservation, but we have a long way to go to achieve our vision of a world where bats and people thrive together in harmony.

How do we deliver this?

As the authoritative voice for bat conservation we work locally, nationally, across Europe and internationally to meet our objectives, these are to: - Establish the capacity of the landscape to support viable populations of bats - Secure and enhance bat populations to the full capacity of the landscape - Win the level of support required to achieve and maintain these bat populations