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Help end the trafficking

In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, your gift could help end the illegal wildlife trade for good.

Pangolins, tigers, rhinos, elephants and countless other wonderful species are desperately threatened by the demand for their body parts, but there is still hope that we can save these animals if we stop the traffickers in time. Your donation could help enable that – supporting our teams as they go after the trafficking kingpins to bring this whole criminal industry tumbling down.

With many Asian governments making moves to close their wildlife markets, we have an unprecedented opportunity to make long lasting progress right now. If we’re able to act in time, we could change this for good.

Please donate now, and help save these species.

Who are FFI?

Fauna & Flora International (FFI) is the world’s oldest conservation charity and have been on the front line of anti-illegal wildlife trade work for decades. Over the last 100 years, we have literally saved species from extinction and even – with the help of our vice-president, Sir David Attenborough – helped bring mountain gorillas back from the brink. We work to protect plants and animals around the globe, and spend 94% of our income on charitable activities.

That’s why we’re sure that – if everyone reading this donate just £10 – you could help us stop the trafficking for good.

Thank you.

If you value the natural world – if you think it should be protected for its own sake as well as humanity’s – then please support Fauna & Flora International.
Sir David Attenborough OM FRS Vice-president and FFI member since 1959

Where your donation goes

A donation of £5000
could help build a case against a wildlife trafficker,collecting vital evidence needed to secure convictions.
A donation of £1000
could help train rangers to tackle poaching threats in the field. The first line of defence, these brave people respond immediately to poaching incidents.
A donation of £500
could help pay for DNA analysis of important evidence, helping us to understand the trading networks so we can focus our efforts where they matter most.
A donation of £100
could help pay for an important item of equipment for a ranger, like a first-aid kit.
A donation of £50
could help pay for monitoring equipment like camera traps and GPS