The Countryside Alliance Foundation is a charity which aims to help adults and children alike make the most of the incredible remedial and educational benefits of being involved in the natural environment. By introducing people to the delights of rural Britain we hope to inspire them to become passionate about the countryside, and helping to protect the natural environment.
Find out more about our work with children and young people, including:
Fishing for Schools
A fun educational initiative that is introducing 10-16 year olds to the joy of fishing, whilst enhancing their knowledge of key curriculum subjects in an enjoyable way.
Falconry for Schools
A practical and fun activity for 8-14 years-olds, where pupils learn key subjects using falcons, owls and other trained birds of prey. Offered free of charge, young people experience the beauty and grace of a bird of prey up close.
Casting for Recovery UK & Ireland
With the support of a wonderful team of volunteers we deliver a fly fishing and counselling programme for ladies with breast cancer. Casting for Recovery UK & Ireland is a unique fly fishing project which marries support, advice, counselling, relaxation techniques and the beautiful sport of fly fishing. Our weekend retreats are free of charge to lady participants and any lady who has, or has had, breast cancer is eligible to apply, subject to medical clearance.
How you can help
There are many ways you can give towards the important work of The Countryside Alliance Foundation, including making a donation, fundraising in support of our work, donate in memory or leaving a legacy in your will.
For further information as to how you can help us, please don’t hesitate to get in touch by calling 020 7840 9270 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The countryside needs you.
The Countryside Alliance Foundation
1 Spring Mews,
Tel: 020 7840 9270
The Countryside Alliance Foundation is a registered charity. Charity number: 1121034. Company number: 5669451
Countryside Alliance Foundation financial statements: Year ending 31st March 2016