Registered Charity in England & Wales No.1165941


We are incredibly grateful to all our partners and supporters that work with us around the world.

From providing funding to support our projects, to offering expert advice and joining us on the ground during project visits, we work with a number of dedicated individuals and organisations, without whose support we wouldn’t be able to achieve all we do for captive wild animals around the world.
We are kindly supported by the following organisations:


We work with some fantastic partners on our global animal welfare projects.

They support us in many ways, from working on legislative change, to joining us on facility visits. Some of our partners include:
Sabah Wildlife Department

Sabah Wildlife Department is a local wildlife authority under Sabah’s state Ministry for Tourism Development, Environment, Science and Technology. All responsibility regarding the management and administration of wildlife in Sabah is fully conducted by the Sabah Wildlife Department.

Design for Life – Zoological Exhibit Design

Design For Life is a Singapore-based firm specialising in the design of zoos, zoo exhibits and other nature-related attractions.

Cango Wildlife Ranch

Located in Oudtshoorn, South Africa, the Cango Wildlife Ranch is a renowned wildlife conservation centre. Established over 35 years ago, it boasts a diverse collection of over 90 animal species and offers educational tours and interactive experiences. The facility recently hosted a series of Wild Welfare training sessions and workshops for our staff team and external partners. 


IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare) is a global non-profit helping animals and people thrive together. They work in more than 40 countries around the world to rescue, rehabilitate and release animals, and restore and protect their natural habitats. IFAW partners with local communities, governments, non-governmental organisations and businesses.


The Vietnamese charity WildAct has a mission is to inspire, motivate and empower society and individuals to engage in the science-based conservation of threatened species and ecosystems. Our partnership with WildAct encompasses exchanging knowledge and skills and we are very happy to be receiving the charity’s help to translate our Wild About Welfare digital education programme into Vietnamese and share it throughout the country.


The International Veterinary Students’ Association (IVSA), is the largest global veterinary student association. As organisations with similar goals to improve captive animal welfare, we work together to engage veterinary students on wild animal welfare and increase public awareness of wild animal welfare issues.

International Congress of Zookeepers (ICZ)

ICZ is a conglomerate of zookeeper associations from around the globe, that focuses on ensuring there is a worldwide network of zookeepers contributing to the highest standard of professional animal care. Our partnership with them sees us joining forces to develop welfare capacity and promote compassionate care and high standards for animals in zoos and aquariums around the world.

Safe 4

We take bio-security seriously and are very grateful to Safe4 for providing us with gloves and disinfectant products to use whilst we are conducting in-country project work.

Artist Partners

We are very lucky to work with several amazing wildlife artists, who generously donate pieces of their art to help us raise funds for our projects.

The World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA)

WAZA promotes cooperation between leading zoos, aquariums, national and regional associations, as well as with leading wildlife experts, academies and universities. WAZA provides support for species conservation management and husbandry of animals in human care, while encouraging the highest standards in member institutions.

Wild Enrichment

Wild Enrichment strives to improve the welfare of exotic and domestic animals through the application of advanced behavioural husbandry practices. Resources include blog articles, consulting services, and podcasts that will benefit any behavioural husbandry and enrichment program and take it to the next level.

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