FAQs

Please visit the “Volunteer or Intern” section of our website to learn everything you need to volunteer in Namibia.


Depending on what career path you choose and what school you want to attend, there are many options of major to choose from that would qualify you to work with wildlife. Majors like Zoology, Wildlife Biology, Conservation Biology, and Wildlife Management would all be suitable for a career in wildlife. The one you choose depends on what’s available to you and what you want to do as a career. If you are unsure of what career path you wish to pursue, we would recommend volunteering at different organizations or zoos to get an idea of the type of work you enjoy and that you don’t enjoy. Ultimately there are a variety of paths to the wildlife field; you just have to find the one that is best for you.


There are CCF chapters and affiliates all over the world. Please email info@cheetah.org to express your interest in starting a group.


Please email info@cheetah.org for your interview inquiry. However, please understand that our staff is usually very busy and we might not be able to schedule something, so if you do make a request, make sure you give us plenty of time to respond and understand that we can’t always make someone available.


CCF is a registered 501c3 organization in the United States. Donations via our US website or made at locations in the United States are tax deductible under US law. CCF also has charitable status in Namibia, United Kingdom, Canada and Japan. Find out more information about our non-profit status.

CCF is committed to utilizing its resources in the most efficient and effective way to help the cheetah. CCF publishes regular, detailed progress reports on its work in both Namibia and the United States. We are currently rated as a four-star charity with Charity Navigator, which is the organizations highest rating recognizing sound fiscal management and commitment to accountability and transparency.


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