Fundraising for RSPB


We don’t just stop at T-Shirts though, we also regularly take on fundraising tasks to raise money for the RSPB, including running a half marathon, two full marathons, and setting up a sample shop at our head office where staff can pay what they wish for the items directly into a Just Giving page; raising almost £3,000.

You can also find RSPB pin badges on the counters at many of our stores, so it is easy for you to add your donations directly to the charity too, while taking home a badge of your favourite creature

Volunteering for RSPB


We have even taken some of the Weird Fish HQ shoal to the RSPB Sandwell Valley Nature Reserve in the West Midlands to do a bit of team bonding and some volunteering.

Sandwell Valley is a mixture of wet grasslands, wildflower meadows, woodland, and a picturesque lake. The site is managed by clearing vegetation from the islands and building rafts for nesting and roosting. Our team got stuck into racking the long dead grass that covers the hillside running down to the lake, and clearing the weeds away. This keeps the land open for breeding lapwings and wintering waders and water birds. It also ideal for hunting kestrels, feeding finches and blooming wildflowers in the summer.


‘By purchasing one of the special edition RSPB Weird Fish T-Shirt designs and unlocking a £5 donation to the RSPB, Weird Fish customers have helped to raise more than £260,000 since the partnership started in 2015. This is such a fantastic achievement and shows how taking a simple action can make a big difference, ultimately helping wildlife, wild places and people to thrive. Nature is in crisis but by working together we can save it.’ – Katy Terry, RPSB

For more information on the RSPB, you can visit their website.

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds is a registered charity in England and Wales no. 207076 and in Scotland no. SC037654.

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