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Meet the amazing organisations and people that we work alongside to make our goals as a charity possible. Without these teams on the ground, our work would not be possible. We are lucky to work with such passionate and inspiring people, that are helping to create the next generation of conservationists. 


Nestled between Balule and Klaserie Reserves in the Greater Kruger area of South Africa, Koru Camp was set up by Peter Eastwood of the Tanglewood Foundation, in a bid to provide a wilderness area solely for the local community. A community that has been largely excluded from the private reserves and the Kruger National Park on their doorstep, Koru Camp will give them a chance to be immersed in nature whilst learning the wonders of this stunning ecosystem and the importance of protecting it.

We will be funding several camps throughout the year, for different organisations to stay at Koru Camp and build a connection to nature that will last a lifetime. 


Set up by Transfrontier Africa, The Bush Babies Environmental Education Program is an environmental awareness program that is conducted at primary schools in the communities surrounding Greater Kruger National Park, in conjunction with the Black Mambas Anti-Poaching Unit. With four currently active schools and a total of 264 learners, the programme covers not only classroom-based learning, but also educational trips into the Kruger National Park and conservation camps.

We are supporting the Bushbabies by funding a number of different camps and trips for both the Bushbabies and their Grannies.


The Semadep Foundation was set up with a mission to enable the Maasai community to acquire the necessary skills to manage their own development. Since forming, Semadep have set up a school, a clinic, and an eco camp for tourists.

We are working with Semadep to provide conservation and wildlife experiences for the children of Semadep school, so that they grow up feeling connected to the stunning wildlife of the great Maasai Mara reserve. 


Set in the heart of Zimbabwe, Imire is a world class conservancy that keeps community and conservation at the heart of what they do. 

In 2023 Imire will be the location for our Wild Minds programme that will take young Londoners whose lives have been impacted as a result of knife crime, out to Africa to support the work that Imire does, whilst changing the lives of the yong people involved. 


The African Wildlife Conservation Fund (AWCF) is a non-profit organization and a Zimbabwean-registered Trust, dedicated to the conservation of the large carnivore guild of southern Africa, with a particular emphasis on the endangered African Wild Dogs.

They are based in both Savé Valley Conservancy  and Gonarezhou National Park, Zimbabwe, and run an amazing programme that engages the community in conservation. We will be supporting AWCF by funding trips for school children into both Save and Gonarezhou, to connect with the amazing wildlife there.

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