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Make a secure donation to Fauna & Flora International (FFI), of however much you can afford, to protect threatened species and ecosystems worldwide.
The most effective way you can help FFI to continue its work around the world is through a recurring donation. Please set up a direct debit through our secure giving page and help us plan for the long term. Direct debit is currently available to UK bank account holders only.
Donations from individuals are a crucial source of funding for our organization. Your donation really will make a tremendous difference.
Our low overheads and carefully monitored working practices ensure that funds are put to the most effective possible use.
Over 84% of Fauna & Flora International's income goes directly to conservation activities, supporting over 125 projects around the world.
Sir David Attenborough
“If you value the natural world, if you believe it should be conserved for its own sake as well as for humanity's, then do please support Fauna & Flora International ”
Core costs also include the production of our publications – Oryx—the International Journal of Conservation, Fauna & Flora magazine and our quarterly newsletter, FFI Update. The maintenance of this website, which is vital for reporting back on our achievements and highlighting threats to the planet to our supporters, members and other interested parties, is another essential core activity.
Through partnership and grants we help smaller conservation and community groups in the developing world grow and develop their own strengths to carry out conservation for themselves.
We do not believe that it is necessary to establish FFI offices around the globe nor to build up a costly bureaucracy.
We don’t duplicate work if someone else is doing it well already.
We don’t see ourselves in competition with other conservation organisations; we are all part of the same cause — that of saving our precious natural world.
84% of our income goes directly to charitable activities
…could keep a ranger in the field for ten days, protecting saiga herds from poachers on the steppes of Central Asia and raising awareness of the need for their conservation.
…could fund a community workshop to discuss and plan natural resource management in the Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia
…could pay for 60kg of seed walnuts to plant in a village tree nursery in Kyrgyzstan, reducing dependency on ancestral fruit and nut forests.