We fundraise for a highly innovative wildlife conservation organization in Namibia, Cheetah Conservation Fund, whose primary goal is to save cheetahs from extinction.  We hold fundraising events and educate Canadians. We are a registered charity run by Canadian volunteers –  we direct 98% of all funds to charitable programming in Namibia.  Since 2013, we have provided close to $425,000; and our impact has been in the support of school outreach, education sessions with Future Farmers of Africa, the support of the livestock guarding dogs and the care of cheetahs.  Our goal is to save cheetahs in the wild and help ensure that local communities can prosper in harmony with wildlife and protect their shared ecosystems.

Cheetah Conservation Fund operates in Namibia and US and partners with affiliates in Canada, the UKAustraliaBelgiumItaly and France.

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Recent News

It Takes a Village: Cheetah Conservation and Land Management

by Jameson Bowman, guest writer Cheetahs live in low densities over vast areas. On average, male cheetahs require 800 square miles – an area larger than Toronto – and need abundant wildlife. Throughout Africa, protected land is limited and cheetahs roam onto private lands.  Due to their unique needs, cheetahs require an alternative method for conservation.

Cheetah Diplomacy – a requirement for conservation to succeed

by Meredith Hanel, guest writer (based on presentation delivered by Dr. Laurie Marker, April 17, 2019, Ottawa) “Saving the cheetah isn’t just about saying, aren’t you pretty and you should live, it’s making a world for the cheetah”, said Dr. Laurie Marker, Founder and Executive Director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF), as she concluded her

The Cheetah Inner Ear is Built to Handle Speed

by Meredith Hanel, guest writer When we think of cheetah adaptations, we think of a body built for speed: slim body, long legs and a flexible spine that allows them to extend their stride. With cheetahs reaching speeds as fast as 110 km/hr, speed could be a liability if it wasn’t for special adaptations that

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Cheetah Conservation Fund Canada
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443 Tatlock Road,
Carleton Place, ON  K7C 0C5

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