Cheetah Communities

We have regional Cheetah Communities who are based in various locations around the UK who join together to fundraise, run events and raise awareness within their communities. We currently have communities in London/South East, the Midlands and Yorkshire, which all locals are welcome to join. If we don’t have one in your area just yet, you can even start your own. Please email Alison to find out more.


Volunteering

Our CCF UK team is mostly made up of volunteers and we regularly have volunteer vacancies available. If you have professional skills to share, we’d love to hear from you.

If you have any questions about volunteering in general, please contact alison1@cheetah.org.uk.

 


Events

CCF UK organises lots of exciting fundraising events throughout the year that anyone can get involved with. Click here for our event calendar.​

If you’d like to organise an event to help raise awareness about the cheetah, please get in touch!


Conservation Circle

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.


Company giving and partnerships

If you’re a company looking to support a charitable organisation, we’ve got many ways you can get involved through a collaboration or partnership.

  • Cause-related marketing
  • Programme sponsorship
  • Employee fundraising
  • Payroll and matched giving

Wildlife photographers

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 Hannah to learn more.


Education

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.

Download our teaching guide

Download International Cheetah Day packet