• Our 2.6 challengers!

    CCF UK has joined  The 2.6 Challenge, a nationwide fundraising campaign and we’re inviting you and your loved ones to take part from Sunday 26 April. What is the 2.6 Challenge? Many fundraising events in the UK have been postponed or cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Whilst we are all hopeful many of these events will go ahead at […]

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  • Stages of a CCF Livestock Guarding Dog Puppy

    Here at CCF, each of our breeding females has one litter per year, some smaller than others. Despite having different mothers, all puppies go through specific stages of life. Here is some insight into the life stages of a Livestock Guarding Dog puppy at CCF. Week 0 A dog can have anywhere between one to […]

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  • Support CCF UK with a Facebook birthday fundraiser!

    Looking for a quick and easy way to support your favourite cheetah charity? Well, instead of receiving presents for your birthday (or as well as!) why not give your loved ones the option to make a donation to CCF UK on your behalf? “How?!” (we hear you cry!). This can be done very simply through […]

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  • A COVID-19 note from our Founder Dr Laurie Marker

    The letter below has been written by Dr Laurie Marker, Founder of Cheetah Conservation Fund, to update all of our wonderful supporters, donors and followers with what we are doing at CCF Namibia to keep our cheetahs and staff safe from COVID-19. I want to take this opportunity to provide you with an update from […]

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  • April’s featured photographer – Margot Raggett

    Margot Raggett is the founder and producer of the Remembering Wildlife series which, through its first four books, has raised £615,000 for conservation projects. This year’s book will be Remembering Cheetahs, which will be published on 12th October and will contain a foreword by Dr Laurie Marker, Founder of CCF. Part of the profits from […]

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  • CCF Covid-19 announcement from Dr Jane Galton, Chair of CCF UK

    Dear CCF UK Friends, Volunteers and Supporters, I wanted to take this opportunity to let you know how much we are thinking of you and your families – be they near or far – at this difficult and challenging time. I also wanted to update you on the measures CCF will be taking throughout our […]

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  • The LICIT project: Engaging communities to stop trafficking of cheetahs

    This report was taken from the Darwin Initiative’s illegal wildlife trade newsletter – you can read the full article here. Despite being apex predators and playing a key role in maintaining healthy ecosystems, cheetahs are endangered, with less than 7,500 remaining in the wild. One of the most significant threats faced by cheetahs is trafficking […]

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  • Race for Cheetahs

    At this time of uncertainty we need something to bring us together, keep our minds active and our bodies fit and healthy. Why not join our volunteers in their race help save the cheetah! We’re inviting supporters from across the UK to take part in a national combined 100km run. You can run or walk […]

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  • Jeremy, 10, has raised over £16,000 for cheetahs with his homemade greetings cards

    One of our young ambassadors, Jeremy Lynch, has been featured in a short film about ‘Inspirational People’ due to his incredible work designing, making and selling homemade greetings cards which have raised over £16,000 for CCF UK. At just four years old, Jeremy began showing signs of being a budding entrepreneur, before honing his card […]

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  • Calum, Livestock Guarding Dog Programme and Smallstock Programme Manager at CCF Namibia

    Calum O’Flaherty, Livestock Guarding Dog Programme and Smallstock Programme Manager at CCF Namibia, recently did an interview for Button and Squirt about his job and what it’s like working with animals. Name : Calum O’Flaherty Age : 25 Location : Namibia What do you do? I am the Livestock Guarding Dog Programme and Smallstock Programme Manager. In Namibia […]

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