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Toddler helps save wildlife!

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Thu June 18, 2020 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

In the midst of trauma, terror and pandemics, there are always heroes who emerge. Beacons of hope who come in all shapes and sizes and help show humanity the way forward. We saw such a (tiny) hero arise…

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Feed for Funds | Gaming meets Conservation 19-21 June 2020

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Fri June 12, 2020 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

In South Africa, COVID-19 restrictions have been ongoing for a harrowing 11 weeks. During this time, the Cango Wildlife Ranch has been without any income, other than donations from our phenomenal supporters, who have been integral in keeping us afloat. Though we are glowing pure gratitude for all the help we have received, we still have a long road ahead before we, or our animals, can breathe easy.

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Funds for Feed | Donation Links

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Fri June 12, 2020 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

The Cango Wildlife Ranch is #fundsforfeed and teaming up with live stream gamers and content creators from around the world to raise funds and awareness for our animals!

19 - 21 June 2020

STREAMING EVENT & DONATION LINKS

The Cango Wildlife Ranch is #fundsforfeed and teaming up with live stream gamers and content creators from around the world to raise funds and awareness for our animals!

Join them and interact as they play games and music, share their stories and favourite animals, and help save our animal family!

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Funds for Feed | Streamer Links

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Tue June 9, 2020 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

Lockdown is still very much an issue, and our wonderful conservation facility, the Cango Wildlife Ranch, is still in peril. Over 140 staff stand to lose their jobs and over 4000 animals risk going hungry, or worse unless we do something!

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Build a future with EcoBricks – Sponsored by ABSA, powered by Cango Wildlife Ranch, and an initiative for KKNK 2020

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Tue November 12, 2019 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

ABSA, Cango Wildlife Ranch and KunsteOnbeperk have launched an exciting project for Oudtshoorn and the greater community.

Meet plastic, the environments’ biggest foe.

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Conservation & Your business

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Thu August 29, 2019 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

As the last generation to change the future of our natural world, no business can operate without contributing in one way or the other to assist in saving the most valuable thing the human race has - our very delicate eco-system.

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Vultures Flight - WIN for International Vulture Day!

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Tue August 20, 2019 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

The 7th of September is International Vulture Day and we're on a rescue mission of note!

Southern Africa is home to nine irreplaceable vulture species, of which two are endangered, 6 are critically endangered and one is already extinct.

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My Planet for the Cheetah Preservation Foundation

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Thu June 13, 2019 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

Supporting The Cheetah Preservation Foundation, just got a whole lot easier!

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The Cheetah Guys: Cycling for a Cause

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Thu May 9, 2019 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

This year, the non-profit Cheetah Preservation Foundation (CPF) will be joining forces with Dryland Events Management for the 3rd consecutive 36ONE MTB Challenge from 17 – 19 May 2019.

Representing the world’s fastest land mammal, the goal is to raise awareness & funds to help win the race against extinction

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NPC helps to save flamingo lives!

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Fri February 15, 2019 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

Less than 10km from Kimberly’s famous Big Hole, lies the Kamfers Dam. It has been one of only 4 vital breeding grounds in Africa for the lesser flamingos and is sadly experiencing a drought which has led to the once 400 hectare dam, dropping far below it’s normal magnitude.

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