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Renew Your Sponsorship

£ 350.00($ 449.40)
Renewal - Become a Life SponsorSupport IOSF's work long term. You will still receive your annual review and e-newsletters, but no renewal reminders.
£ 24.00($ 30.82)
Adult Sponsorship RenewalThank you for coming back. IOSF needs your support which is vital to keep our work going. 

With your continued help we are able to:
  • Care for orphaned and injured otters at our specialist hospital on Skye and provide practical help and advice for people doing similar work, worldwide.
  • Provide help and advice to reduce the needless deaths of otters on the roads.
  • Run education and public awareness programmes.
  • Work to combat the illegal trade in otters.
  • Support scientists carrying out vital research to provide data for realistic conservation projects.
  • Train more otter workers in Asia and Africa.
£ 13.00($ 16.69)
Children's Sponsorship RenewalThank you for coming back. IOSF needs your support which is vital to keep our work going. 

With your help we are able to:
  • Care for orphaned and injured otters at our specialist hospital on Skye and provide practical help and advice for people doing similar work, worldwide.
  • Provide help and advice to reduce the needless deaths of otters on the roads.
  • Run education and public awareness programmes.
  • Work to combat the illegal trade in otters.
  • Support scientists carrying out vital research to provide data for realistic conservation projects.
  • Train more otter workers in Asia and Africa.
£ 34.00($ 43.66)
Family Sponsorship RenewalThank you for coming back. IOSF needs your support which is vital to keep our work going. 

With your help we are able to:
  • Care for orphaned and injured otters at our specialist hospital on Skye and provide practical help and advice for people doing similar work, worldwide.
  • Provide help and advice to reduce the needless deaths of otters on the roads.
  • Run education and public awareness programmes.
  • Work to combat the illegal trade in otters.
  • Support scientists carrying out vital research to provide data for realistic conservation projects.
  • Train more otter workers in Asia and Africa.