NATURE FOR EVERYONE
Connected Planet Foundation is a charity set up with the overarching goal of connecting people to our beautiful planet. We believe that everyone has the right to experience the wonders of the natural world, and we believe everyone should be given the tools to help protect it.
Connected Planet Foundation’s mission is simple. To connect people to themselves, each other and to the planet, by providing opportunities for communities to experience the wonders of the natural world, whilst also helping to conserve it. In doing so we aim to create the next generation of nature enthusiasts and conservationists.
We work with a number of partner organisations across Africa to give marginalised communities the chance to visit and connect with, the wildlife reserves that they live alongside. For many, it is their first time in a wildlife reserve and first time connecting with wildlife.
In order for us to truly protect our planet, we must first connect to it.
HOW WE CONNECT
The set up and ongoing funding of three Conservation Clubs
at schools in the Mara region of Kenya.
The funding of field trips and wilderness camps for local communities
to learn about and connect with wildlife.
The support of the Bushbabies
environmental education programme, South Africa.
The sponsorship of the Green Kidz conservation
bus, South Africa.
Educational school presentations on the impact
of littering and how we can help, UK.
Ubuntu schools partnership programme, connecting
children across the globe.
The set up of litter picking clubs in schools, to promote clean communities
and empowered children.
UK-based Educational walks and talks, connecting communities
Wild Minds, immersive conservation experience in Zimbabwe, launching 2023.
Women in the Wild programme, giving women the chance to connect
with their local wildlife.
THE IMPACT OF YOUR DONATIONS
Plastic bottles removed by our litter picking clubs
Children that have benefitted from our environmental assemblies.
People benefitting from Connected Planet funded nature trips.
Children benefitting from Maasai Mara Connected Planet Conservation Clubs.
Boots supplied to Anti-poaching rangers