Help ensure a world with cheetahs!

Less than 7,500 cheetahs remain in the wild. The Cheetah Conservation Fund has successfully increased the cheetah population in Namibia, and with your support, they can expand their model everywhere cheetahs live!

1 Campaign | Namibia, Africa

$4,910 USD
46 backers
12% of $40,000 Goal
222 days left

Without our work, even the fastest land mammal cannot outrun extinction.

There are fewer than 7,500 cheetahs remaining in the wild today.

Cheetah Conservation Fund

For the last 30 years, the Cheetah Conservation Fund has been developing programs and strategies to keep these beautiful cats alive and help them flourish in the wild and it starts with understanding the problems they face.

The farmers. The shrinking habitat. Less prey. Even people living alongside wildlife don’t know how vulnerable and close to extinction cheetahs have become.

There are three main threats: human-wildlife conflict, habitat loss and poaching for the illegal pet trade. Through conservation action, by expanding our programs and sharing our research, our goals are to educate people of all ages, increase efforts to stop illegal trade, and support the farmers living alongside them.

One of the ways we’re most excited about doing this?
Delivering Livestock Guarding Dogs to rural farmers.

Cheetah Dogs

What can you do to help?

Buy art on the ENDANGERED site, knowing 70% of your purchase goes directly to cheetahs.

Make a donation to the Cheetah Conservation Fund:

  • Sponsor a livestock guardian dog or one of our resident cheetahs that cannot go back into the wild.
  • Sponsor our education teams to present more school programs or help us bring Future Farmers of Africa training to rural communities.

Join a local chapter of the Cheetah Conservation Fund, and if there isn’t one in your area, start one. Help spread the word.

We can make a difference.

The survival of this species revolves around the choices we as humans make.

Cheetah Conservation Fund believes that to save the species, we must also change the world.


Without our work, even the fastest land mammal cannot outrun extinction.




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