No More Dodos is a registered charity which uses Art, Sport, and Lifestyle to raise awareness of the threats to endangered plants, animals, and their habitats.
We need to learn from the lessons of the Dodo – a name that is synonymous with extinction. No More Dodos encourages every one of us to become involved in bringing about the changes needed in society. We encourage supporting those working to save endangered species and to make changes in our own lives. We hope you’ll be inspired by the sports people, writers and artists who share our passion.
PLAY YOUR PART
Our modern lifestyles mean the everyday choices we make can have a devastating impact on habitats and species thousands of miles away. By examining our daily habits, and understanding where change is needed, all of us – as individuals – can play a huge part in saving Planet Earth.
“Throughout my footballing career I have been fortunate enough in my lifetime to visit some of the most beautiful places on earth.
I truly believe that we must unite to change attitudes and make the difference needed to save this beautiful world we live in.
Sport and Art are consistent sources of inspiration to many, I believe sportsmen and women inspire people to achieve the impossible and artists open our eyes to see the beauty in so many things. Let us unite and fight to save this beautiful planet”.
Gordon Banks’ world famous ‘Impossible Save’ interpreted by Paul Windridge
Heathcote dies aged 75
It is with the greatest sadness that we have to announce
that the battle for this precious planet has lost its most consistent artistic voice.
No More Dodo’s Ambassador Heathcote Williams died on 1st July 2017.
Heathcote was instrumental in the very name No More Dodos
and created a poem The Last Dodo inspired by our mission.
It was a privilege and inspiration to have his support.
This is not a voice the world could afford to lose
and we hope No More Dodos can help keep his challenging voice alive.