Save African Wildlife
We welcome multiple types of support: one-off and monthly donations, major gifts, legacy giving, grants, sponsorships, crowdfunding campaigns, goods and services, corporate matching gifts and donor-advised funds.
Please find more information below or feel free to contact us for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
In order to make an offline donation, please follow these instructions:
Bank: The Co-operative Bank
SWIFT/BIC code: CPBKGB22
Sort code: 089299
IBAN: GB53 CPBK 0892 9965 246207
Account name: African Conservation Foundation
Account no: 65246207
All contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and are tax deductible.
Fundraise for ACF
Total Giving enables you to raise funds ONLINE and/or add funds you raise OFFLINE e.g. in cash at your event.
100% Free, Zero Commission.
No sign-up or on-going fees and 100% of the funds raised will go to the project of your choice at the African Conservation Foundation.
Walk, run, cycle, bake, have fun and celebrate with social fundraising.
Donate with a Cheque (UK only)
If you would like to donate by cheque, please make your cheque payable to the ‘African Conservation Foundation’ and send it to:
African Conservation Foundation
175a Victoria Road, London
N22 7XH United Kingdom
The Co-operative Bank unfortunately does not accept foreign (US, etc) cheques.
Would you like to donate equipment or supplies? We are always in need of the following items:
- Laptops, iPads, tablets and software;
- Field equipment, outdoor gear, incl. tents, rugsacks;
- GPS receivers, digital cameras, mobile phones;
- Uniforms, t-shirts and boots;
- Lab equipment and supplies;
Please contact us for more information: email@example.com
What happens with your donation?
As a registered UK Charity (no. 1120705) we operate under strict financial controls and with transparent management of available funds. ACF does not maintain an office or staff in northern countries. All contributions go to support field-based species conservation programs. We are closely working together with local communities and NGOs, and we are working with local staff – building THEIR capacity to protect Africa’s natural heritage.