CCF UK are proud to be partnered with the following organisations:
Since its formation in 1990, Tusk has invested more than £30 ($40) million into a wide range of projects across the continent.
United for Wildlife was created by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry. Led by The Duke of Cambridge, our campaign unites the world’s leading wildlife charities under a common purpose: to create a global movement for change.
“I believe passionately that we have a duty to prevent critically endangered species from being wiped out. If we get together, everywhere, we can preserve these animals so that they share our world with future generations. That’s what United for Wildlife is all about, and why I’m proud to be involved.” HRH The Duke of Cambridge, President of United for Wildlife
They provide a highly professional, caring, supportive, understanding and above all, friendly, service – for all our clients and patients.
Aardvark Safaris started in 1999 and has evolved into a vibrant, thriving company with UK offices in London, Hampshire and Edinburgh and a US office in San Diego.
They travel every few months to see new properties and to re-visit old favourites. They look at numerous camps on these trips – it is only by actually seeing what is out there that they can be sure we are offering you the best advice. Now 15 years on, they’re still passionate about creating tailor made safaris that will introduce you to the Africa they know and love.
Strutt & Parker is an independent UK property partnership with a network of offices throughout England and Scotland, including prime Central London.
TLC World is a travel partner of the Cheetah Conservation Fund organising tailor made travel to Namibia. The “Cheetah Connection” itinerary will bring you to the heart of cheetah country to stay in the luxurious Babson House at CCF and TLC World are helping to save the cheetah in the wild by donating 25% of profits from this trip directly to CCF.
The CCG Trust, a UK registered charity operating as “Investors In Wildlife” funds conservation fieldwork, anti-poaching, community development and education, animal protection and park rehabilitation in Africa.
Investors fund our grant programme focusing on founder managed projects in the field, where we can monitor every dollar spent and see the direct impact on conservation and community involvement.
We are building a portfolio of successful conservation projects across the region; currently we support four projects in Zambia and Tanzania. The CCG Trust is the charitable arm of the Cambridge Capital Group, a leading private investor network.
Population and Sustainability Network (PSN) is an advocacy organisation and international network that works to advance understanding of the relationships between population, health and sustainable development issues and to promote integrated approaches to these interconnected challenges.
We bring together development, environment and reproductive health NGOs, government departments, policy research organisations and others for cross-sector discussion and collaboration to increase awareness of the significance for sustainable development of both population and consumption factors and the importance of universal access to reproductive health and rights, including voluntary family planning services.