Wildlife is under threat across Africa and many key species now considered endangered. We support projects around important parks and reserves, which provide an enormous economic benefit to local communities and their countries.

The CCG Trust network of donors and sponsors is making an impact:
Our "Investors in Wildlife" conservation fund supports vital conservation fieldwork and community initiatives - at a time when elephant and rhino populations are under threat from ruthless cross-border gangs of poachers.

The CCG Trust, a UK registered charity operating as "Investors In Wildlifeā€¯ funds conservation fieldwork, anti-poaching, community projects, 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 benefit.

We are building a portfolio of successful conservation projects across the region; currently we support six projects in Zambia and Tanzania. The CCG Trust is the charitable arm of the Cambridge Capital Group, a leading private investor network.

You can help

To participate in the Investors in Wildlife conservation fund please select your membership level below...

Elephant Sponsor - £10,000 p.a.

Suits a donor or major investor

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Lion Sponsor - £5000 p.a.

Suits a family office

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Leopard Membership - £2,500 p.a.

Suits a corporate or international investor

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Giraffe Membership - £1000 p.a.

Suits an investor

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Zebra Membership - £500 p.a.

Suits a family

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Impala Membership - £200 p.a.

Suits an Individual

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Or just donate any amount you want! - One off donation

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A film showing some of the wildlife species we help, thus suporting the local economy and reducing poaching

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Our projects

Giraffe Conservation Foundation
Cheetah Conservation Fund
Tanzania People & Wildlife
Orangutan rescue
Chipembele Wildlife Education Trust
Ruaha Carnivore Project
Conservation South Luangwa
George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust