Fighting for Wildlife supports the following reputable wildlife conservation groups — one requirement for inclusion being that these organizations spend at least 80 percent of the money they raise on actual fieldwork, rather than administration and fundraising.
The funds raised by Fighting for Wildlife are shared between these charities at the end of each financial year according to the preferences you designated with your donation.
Let us know if you would suggest to add other wildlife organisations to our approved list.
Save the Rhino supports field projects in many countries in Africa and Asia, working hard to increase rhino numbers by funding anti-poaching patrols, working to end illegal trade in rhino horn, empowering local people, and much more.
FFI has a simple vision: a sustainable future for the planet, where biodiversity is effectively conserved by the people who live closest to it, supported by the global community. It has over 140 projects in 40 countries – mostly in the developing world.
Founded in 1984 by Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna – stars of the iconic film Born Free – this is a welfare and conservation charity that works worldwide to stop individual animal suffering and to protect threatened species in the wild. Its philosphy is that every animal counts.
EIA undertakes diligent, carefully planned and often dangerous undercover investigations, going out to the frontlines of environmental crime and returning with the credible intelligence and persuasive imagery necessary for conservation action.
WildAid’s mission is to end illegal wildlife trade – for a world where people no longer buy wildlife products such as shark fins, elephant ivory and rhino horn. It works by reducing global consumption of wildlife products by persuading consumers and strengthening law enforcement.
Defenders of Wildlife works tirelessly both on the ground and in the courts to protect and restore threatened wildlife. Their work primarily focuses on North America, although it does have a fantastic worldwide reach. Their conservation efforts extend to the polar bear, wolves, sea turtles, sharks, panthers and manatees.
The IUCN was the world’s first global environmental organisation. They work towards finding solutions to pressing environmental challenges. Over 185 countries form part of the union and they have thousands of field projects around the globe.
In 1960, Jane Goodall ventured into the forests of Africa to be able to see wild animals living without human disturbance. This decision led to the foundation of the Jane Goodall Foundation, and paved the way for some of the most illuminating research into chimpanzees that has ever been conducted.
The Gorilla Doctors are an organisation focused on mountain gorilla veterinary projects. The organisation is dedicated to protecting and saving wild mountain gorillas through proper veterinary care.
WCS was founded in 1895 and is committed to protecting the world’s wildlife, focusing on 15 priority regions. Their activities are aimed at combining science, conservation and education.
BirdLife International is a global partnership of conservation organisations (NGOs) that strives to conserve birds, their habitats and global biodiversity, working with people towards sustainability in the use of natural resources.