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The Conservation Business Club

Indonesian rainforest. Credit: Juan Pablo Moreiras/FFI.

The Conservation Business Club brings together like-minded individuals, who have both the interest and the ability to make a difference to conservation – either individually or as a group.

The club encourages members to act as advocates for biodiversity conservation and the work of Fauna & Flora International (FFI) within their own networks, and aims to influence decisions and encourage further support for FFI’s work. The Conservation Business Club also provides opportunities for members and their contacts to network with each other.

The Conservation Business Club was launched in July 2014 with a special event, which was attended by guest speaker and FFI vice-president Stephen Fry.

If you are interested in joining the club, please contact Nick Bubb, FFI’s Global Development Executive.

Membership benefits

  • Regular events at top London venues – drinks and canapés provided along with great networking opportunities and the latest conservation news and views.
  • The chance to learn more about wildlife conservation in the modern business world from FFI specialists and high-profile speakers with a strong conservation link.
  • The opportunity to host events and introduce your business alongside conservation work.
  • The opportunity to network with other forward-thinking business leaders.
  • Access to FFI’s online publications.
  • The opportunity to visit and support FFI projects around the world.

Where space allows, club members will also be invited to one Conservation Circle event giving you the chance to meet this group of special supporters and find out what kind of impact they are having.

Conservation Business Club membership requires a minimum donation of just £365 per year (or £1 per day), and the exclusive club is limited to 365 people.

Through the generosity of its members, the Conservation Business Club will raise vital unrestricted funds for FFI. This type of funding is the lifeblood of conservation research and development, allowing us to develop innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing conservation challenges, and prevent new problems from arising.

For more information about the club, or to become part of this group of leaders, we welcome you to speak to Nick Bubb who can give you more details about FFI, the Conservation Business Club and the benefits to charitable organisations of unrestricted funds.

Ready to join? Simply complete our membership form (PDF) and return it to: Rebecca Costello, Fauna & Flora International, 4th Floor, Jupiter House, Station Road, Cambridge, CB1 2JD.

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