You can make a difference

You can play a vital part in conservation

Now more than ever before, we are at crossroads. Our world has changed.

Wildlife has halved in less than a generation. Natural habitats are being put under increasing pressure. And climate change is leading us into uncharted territory.

But South Africans have changed too.

We’re more aware of the threat to essentials like food, water and clean air. We’re more ambitious, more innovative. We realise our role in securing a planet in which people and nature thrive.

We can’t turn back time. But if we work together, we can prevent more environmental damage and help restore nature.

Ways to support WWF

Make a donation

When you give generously today, you become a vital part of WWF’s important conservation work. Every bit helps in our efforts to ensure that people and nature thrive. For over 50 years WWF has achieved significant conservation wins. But we can’t do this alone. Donate today to ensure we can continue conservation efforts.

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Become a Major donor

The WWF Conservation Custodians are a group of like-minded influential people connected through their real concern for the natural world. They recognise the threats facing our planet and life on Earth and believe in WWF’s abilities to find solutions to the greatest environmental challenges we face.

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Make a Symbolic Adoption

A WWF symbolic adoption is a great gift for nature and animal lovers. When you choose to make a symbolic adoption of one of six iconic wildlife species, you help to protect that species and the wild spaces they call home. You can choose to make a symbolic adoption for yourself or on behalf of a loved on.

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Leave a legacy

No matter how large or small, when you make a donation in your Will, you are providing our wildlife with a voice for the future and protecting precious natural resources from being over-exploited. Leaving a legacy is a way to ensure that your values of protecting wildlife and nurturing nature carry on for generations.

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