• Facebook birthday fundraisers

    Do you have a birthday coming up and want to help save cheetahs as part of your celebrations? Have you seen friends and family doing ‘birthday fundraisers’ on their Facebook and wondered how you could do it too? Look no further! We have compiled a list of instructions on how you can help save cheetahs […]

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  • Remembering Cheetahs

    Remembering Cheetahs book launch – online event

    The Remembering Wildlife team have created exciting online book launch event on 15th October to celebrate the release of Remembering Cheetahs, and you can join from the comfort of your own home! This event will be introduced by Remembering Wildlife Founder Margot Raggett and, as well as a presentation of the images from the book, will include talks […]

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  • 30th Anniversary CCF

    30-Year Celebration to Benefit Cheetah Conservation Fund

    On Saturday 3rd October, CCF will hold our first-ever Virtual Celebration Benefit where you will experience the work being done by CCF field conservationists who are working in Africa. Meet Brian Badger, CCF Director of Conservation & Outreach, as he interviews via Cheetah TV the many people working at CCF with local people and wildlife to […]

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  • Graphic Designers wanted for pro-bono project!

    We’re searching for some wonderful Graphic Designers who would like to use their skills to help us save the cheetah! We’ll be moving over to our beautiful, shiny new website over the next few months and we want to update our merchandise too. We’ve paired up with Teemill – a producer of ethical, sustainably sourced […]

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  • Young Ambassador: Thalia

    Hi, my name is Thalia Sadek and I was born on October 5, 2010. I have loved cheetahs since I was 4 because they are cute, fast, beautiful, and wild. I really want to help the cheetahs survive on this planet. This photo shows Thalia with her beloved cheetah stuffed toy, supplied by her Mum.

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  • Resident cheetah 
‘Smartman’ is taken to Windhoek for an MRI

    In response to ongoing neurological problems manifesting in a resident cheetah at the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) Centre, the CCF veterinary team brought Ndunge, also known as ‘Smartman’, to Windhoek for an MRI on Friday, 7 August. The purpose of the medical scan was to help diagnose the cat’s condition, so the CCF team can […]

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  • Saving cheetahs with a spot of cricket

    CCF UK receives support from some amazing sports clubs all over the UK, but this was the very first cricket club we’d been told about so we were incredibly excited when Josh Fagan contacted us to tell us about his team, the Irregular Occasionals CC. Josh told us all about the formation of the club […]

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  • July’s photographer of the month – Alison Mees

    This month’s wildlife photography takeover has been provided by Alison Mees who, as well as being a fantastic wildlife photographer, is also a member of our Cheetah Communities and is a regular volunteer for CCF UK. Thanks to Alison! Since I was a child I have had a fascination with Africa. After watching Born Free […]

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  • Carol Barrett, Wildlife Artist

    Carol Barrett is a UK-based wildlife artist with a love for cheetahs – an animal she feels so passionately about saving that she is donating 100% of her proceeds from her cheetah artwork to saving them in the wild. We spoke to Carol about what inspires her and her experiences with cheetahs in the wild […]

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  • Crafty Cheetahs: THE WINNERS!

    There was some seriously fierce competition in the inaugural Crafty Cheetahs competition! We asked our young supporters to share their artistic flare with us by creating an incredible array of cheetah crafts, from masks to poems and everything in-between! We asked our UK ambassador/TV Presenter/Big Cat Sanctuary Director Giles Clark to judge the competition – […]

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