INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR ANIMAL WELFARE
IFAW Press release, for immediate release
Lifelong animal champion from Gloucestershire honoured for tireless work rescuing wildlife
(London – October 14, 2010) – A dedicated animal hero is to receive a special award in recognition of
more than 26 years of tireless work from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (www.ifaw.org)
at the House of Lords.
Caroline Gould (52) from Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, is founder and manager of Vale Wildlife
Rescue Centre in Tewkesbury which treats up to 5,000 wildlife casualties each year from birds
to foxes, badgers and hedgehogs.
Available 24 hours a day to give help and advice to the public on sick, injured or orphaned British
wildlife, Caroline also has to find more than £20,000 per month to keep her centre running which is
a constant challenge.