Charity pin badges to collect
Help us give nature a home with our beautiful pin badges.
Our fundraising pin badges
The RSPB is the market leader in fundraising pin badges and we have a great selection available from birds to animals, bugs to flowers. They are great to wear and very collectable to people of all ages.
How do I get hold of pin badges for myself?
You'll find our current badges at your nearest RSPB reserve or shop. However, there are also approx 8,000 independent shops, garden centres and other places which support our fundraising work by having donation boxes of badges on their counters.
Do the badges raise significant funds for the RSPB?
Yes. For the financial year 2016/17 we raised almost £570,000 in profit from the scheme! The money raised helped us to carry out our vital conservation work across the whole of the UK.
How much of the donated money actually goes towards the RSPB’s conservation work?
After the cost of producing the badges, the boxes and the staff time involved, approximately 70p per £1 raised goes towards the RSPB's conservation work.
When were the first badges commissioned?
The first badges were commissioned in 1997 - they were the bittern, bullfinch, puffin and red kite. Find out more about the history of the badges.
What badges are available?
Since the scheme began, we have produced more than 250 different badges including redesigns of our older badges. Not all of the badges we have produced during the 20 years are still available. Keep an eye on our eBay site for rarities as they become available.
How can I help?
Help us give nature a home by becoming a pin badge fundraising volunteer.
We have more than 250 different badges featuring birds, animals, insects and flowers, with many variations!
Pin badges for weddings
Our pin badges are perfect for any special occasion and make an ideal wedding favour gift.
Pin badge boxes
Thanks to a fantastic, dedicated network of more than 2,000 volunteer fundraisers, the RSPB's range of nature and wildlife pin badges is the envy of the fundraising world.
Get in touch
Would you like to help us fundraise with our pin badges and join our fundraising volunteer team?
We are always looking for new volunteers or host sites for our highly successful pin badge team. If you have just a spare hour or two each month you can help us save nature one pin badge at a time. Please contact us via CommunityFundraising@rspb.org.uk and we will connect you to your local RSPB Community Fundraising team. Small things make a big difference!