There are many ways you can get involved and support our vital work to protect Africa’s most endangered big cat.
Whether it is creating your own fundraiser, joining one of our cheetah communities, volunteering, or joining or kids club, there are many ways you can play a vital role in conserving and protecting wild cheetahs.
Have a look at how you can get involved below.
Cheetah Communities & Volunteering
We have a lovely group of community volunteers who live around the UK. They take part in national events, help out at regional events and arrange their own fundraising and cheetah awareness events.
If you love cheetahs and want to join our cheetah community please get in touch for further information.
Our Cubs Club members help us to raise awareness about cheetah conservation amongst their friends, families and schools, and organise awesome fundraising events like bake sales and sports days. Interested in joining? Click here to find out more about our kids club along with resources you can download.
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CCF is committed to saving the cheetah but lasting impact will only be achieved by taking immediate and sustained action. The CCF Conservation Circle is a global network of supporters who enable us do just that. Their annual support helps fund our successful research, education and conservation programmes.
Are you a wildlife photographer or camera person? CCF UK runs a monthly ‘wildlife photographer of the month’ segment on our social media, and we’d love to showcase your photos and/or videos! Additionally, if you’d like to support our conservation work by donating media for our website, social media and press releases, we’d love to hear from you. All work will be fully credited.
Please email Zila to learn more.
Children are naturally curious about nature and animals. As parents and teachers, we can educate them about how to make the world a better place, for the cheetah and the rest of our fellow creatures.
4th December is International Cheetah Day, so a great excuse to teach about the cheetah, but any day is a great day to learn about the world’s fastest land animal. We have prepared two guides filled with games and fun facts to help you.