Trusts and Philanthropy
Why support DSWF?
In the last 50 years, 40% of all wildlife has been wiped out from our planet. Endangered species are in need of our help to protect them and their habitats, and to ensure their survival into the future.
David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) has been an unwavering voice for wildlife conservation for over 35 years, campaigning for the greatest protection of endangered species from grassroots to the world stage and working tirelessly to turn the tide on extinction.
What we can offer you
We work together with our trusts, foundations and philanthropists to create a personal experience that benefits us all. We have a range of projects to suit your individual interests, to ensure that you are as passionate as we are about protecting our wildlife.
We will tailor your giving experience to suit your needs, whether you want to support all of our work or if you have a specific project or species in mind. You will receive regular updates and photos from our ground-based conservation partners to ensure that you are always up to date with the incredible impact that your gift can give.
There will also be opportunities to attend exclusive events, meet with like-minded supporters and involve your family and children in your philanthropic activities.
We work to connect trusts, foundations and philanthropists with communities to build long-lasting relationships, through which we can create effective and sustainable change to endangered species.
Get in touch with us
If you are a trustee, or have links with a Charitable Trust or Foundation and are interested in our work, please get in touch with Lottie Birch, DSWF Trusts & Foundations Manager at email@example.com.
We invite philanthropists to reach out to our Head of Fundraising, Susie Baxter at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would be delighted to discuss the potential for new partnerships.
Fighting wildlife crime has been at the heart of DSWF since its inception, we fund undercover investigations and support intelligence-led operations.
We support the protection of endangered species Across and Asia by engaging with local communities and fighting wildlife crime.
It is vital to raise conservation awareness in children from an early age and it is our aim to bring conservation issues into schools and to individuals.
We campaign on behalf of wildlife for stronger wildlife laws and to reduce consumer demand for wildlife products across the world.