Wildlife Rangers are the true heroes of conservation and often work in the toughest conditions. Help us support the amazing work that they do from just £3 per month.
Wildlife Rangers work in some of the most dangerous and hostile environments in the world. The illegal trade in wildlife and animal parts is the fourth largest black market (valued at £23 billion in 2022), in the world, after firearms, human trafficking, and narcotics. Wildlife Rangers stand on the frontline between critically endangered animals like rhino and pangolins, and the well-equipped and even better funded criminal gangs seeking to exploit wildlife. This puts a target on their back in parts of the world where human life is often cheap, or at least certainly valued less than the likes of ivory, rhino horn, pangolin scales, and bush meat.
In instances of human-wildlife conflict, they also bear the heavy burden of being first responders, charged with bringing resolution to situations shrouded in turmoil, fear, and anger. Supporting, educating, and liaising with their local communities is another vital part of their role.
By sponsoring a wildlife ranger, you’ll ensure they have the right equipment and support in the field to deal with any situation – from confronting poachers to removing illegal snares. And you’ll fund the preventative measures needed to turn human-wildlife conflict into human-wildlife co-existence.
Just £3 per month (or £36 one-off) will help fund wildlife ranger training and welfare programmes supporting the brave men and women on the frontline
Only £5 per month (or £47 one-off) will ensure rangers have the vital equipment necessary to effectively carry out their role and stay safe
With £10 per month (or £60 one-off), anti-poaching ranger patrols can monitor illegal activity to safeguard the future of threatened wildlife
You’ll get a personalised certificate, and a fact sheet about rangers, a photogrpah as well as bi-annual updates from the field.
A bi-annual magazine, bringing you conservation news and updates on our work to fight wildlife crime.
A beautiful depiction of a wildlife ranger, by renowned wildlife artist, Mandy Shepherd.
Sponsorship packs are only available to be posted within the UK. Alternatively, you can opt to receive a digital adoption pack, sent via email.
Sponsoring a ranger means they can continue to carry out their vital work, protecting wildlife and engaging and empowering their local communities. In addition, your support can help us:
You can support Rangers who work on the front line to save endangered animals from extinction by sponsoring today.
of the world’s wildlife has been wiped out in the last 50 years.
species of plants, insects, and mammals are at risk of extinction.