Conservation Charities


The secret of success is consistency of purpose.
Benjamin Disraeli


One of the biggest challenges endangered animals face is the loss of habitat.  

There are some amazing conservation charities working hard to protect land, buy land, care for wildlife habitat and give wildlife a home, which isn't easy in the "land grab" world of the greedy.  Here are just a few of them.   Why not see if you can help?

As I keep adding, I'll divide this page into geographic regions.  It must be said that many need donations most of all -  but there could be other ways you can help e.g. just by spreading the word.  Wildlife cannot survive without habitat.   With the right habitat in the right conditions and given the respect it needs, wildlife will thrive.  


Rainforest Trust - helps protect threatened tropical forests and endangered wildlife by partnering with local and community organizations in and around vulnerable areas. This ensures sustainable results for the long term protection of eco-systems and the wildlife they hold.  They have an amazing list of projects - you can see which you'd like to help here

International Fund for Animal Welfare has projects in more than 40 countries, rescuing individual animals, campaigning to prevent animal cruelty and advocating for the protection of wildlife and habitats.

Friends of the Earth International is  an enormous environmental network, with 75 national member groups and about 5,000 local activist groups on every continent. It has over 2 million members and supporters worldwide, and campaigns on today's most urgent environmental and social issues.

Fauna and Flora International  runs thematic programmes encompassing species and ecosystem security, policy and behaviour, capacity building, livelihoods and business and biodiversity, and it has 4 regional conservation programmes.