Vote for Us! Buglife Needs Your Support in the Discount Promo Codes Charity Poll this February

Wednesday 1st February 2023

Vote for Us! Buglife Needs Your Support in the Discount Promo Codes Charity Poll this February

Show your love for bugs in the run up to Valentine’s Day and throughout the “month of love” by voting for Buglife!

This month Buglife is one of three chosen charities taking part in Discount Promo Codes February poll.

Each month three different charities take part and the charity with the most votes at the end of the month wins the poll and a donation!

Vote for Buglife

How Do I Vote in the Poll?

Voting is simple and quick

  • Step one: Head to the Discount Promo Codes homepage
  • Step two: Scroll until you see the poll on the right hand side (bottom of the page on mobile)
  • Step three: Click the small circle next to Buglife

That’s it!

The poll is free to vote in and everyone gets one vote – you don’t need to use any vouchers or spend any money.

The February Discount Promo Code Charity Poll runs from 01-28 February inclusive so get clicking and vote for Buglife!

Brown-banded Carder Bee (Bombus Humilis) Queen © Steven Falk
Brown-banded Carder Bee (Bombus Humilis) Queen © Steven Falk

During 2022 Buglife shared some fantastic positive news stories linked to a variety of projects around the UK including:

  • The discovery of new populations of one of the UK’s most-threatened bumblebees the Brown-banded Carder Bee (Bombus humilis) at Prawle Point on the South Devon coast as part of Life on the Edge.
  • Two new populations of one of Britian’s rarest beetles, the Blue Ground Beetle (Carabus intricatus) were found at two new sites on Dartmoor and a third site in Cornwall was discovered to be much larger than we originally thought aspart of the Dartmoor Blue Ground Beetle Project
  • The discovery of two new populations of one of Cornwall’s most threatened bee species, the Large Scabious Mining Bee (Andrena hattorfiana)and a second nationally scarce species of bee, the Red Bartsia Bee (Melitta tricincta), were also been recorded in Cornwall for the first time in almost 20 years as part of North Cornwall B-Lines
  • Following the success of the ongoing Save Swanscombe Peninsula Campaign one of the UK’s rarest bumblebees, the Shrill Carder Bee (Bombus sylvarum) was also found for the first time on the Peninsula in Kent.

Without your continued support Buglife will not be able to build on these achievements.

Vote for Buglife

Who Are Discount Promo Codes?

Discount Promo Codes logo/informationDiscount Promo Codes is a voucher code website that donates 20% of their profits to charity each month.

Discount Promo Codes can save people money whilst raising money for charity (so far over £62,000 has been raised), more information can be found on their website.