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The Aspinall Foundation

The Aspinall Foundation

Whether through farming, deforestation, hunting, the animal trade or by failing to tackle global warming, we could be responsible for the extinction of a quarter of all species on this planet over the coming two decades.

But this is not a done deal. There are organizations committed to avoiding this dreadful conclusion, and one such charity is The Aspinall Foundation. Their aim is to not only breed endangered species in captivity, but to return them to the wild wherever possible. With two animal parks in Kent and two successful projects in Africa, The Aspinall Foundation has been able to reintroduce more than 50 gorillas to the wild.
From tapirs to monkeys, rhinos to elephants, pandas to giraffes, this conservation charity is dedicated to preserving species for future generations to enjoy – and to help maintain the delicate balance of the natural world. But to continue this vital work, your donation is needed.

from £2 a month

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How the charity works

As well as gratefully accepting cash donations, The Aspinall Foundation allows supporters to adopt an animal. With a selection of big cats, apes and primates to choose from, as well as rhinos, elephants and giraffes, there’s something for everyone. You can adopt with just £3 a month - that’s less than a pound a week to save some of the most endangered species on earth, a small price to pay when the cost of losing them is so high.

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The Aspinall Foundation

A brief insight into the plight of gorillas in the wild.

The Aspinall Foundation is a registered charity in England and Wales charity no.326567