Save the tiger in the wild
There are fewer than 3,200 wild tigers left on earth and only an estimated 400 Amur tigers survive in the Russian Far East. The largest subspecies these beautiful, rare cats need our help if they are to survive.
Please help us to protect the tiger in the wild in India, Thailand and the Russian Far East.
Where the money goes
In its first 25 years the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation has given away nearly £4,250,000 directly in grants to field projects and invested a further £750,000 on vitally important education and advocacy... more
Quite simply, Gift Aid means that for every £1 you give us - whether in the form of membership subscriptions or donations - David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation can claim a further 25p from the Inland Revenue... Find out more
Why support us?
Watch our video featuring Simon King, Saba Douglas-Hamilton and Alan Titchmarsh to find out why you should support the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation and help save endangered wildlife...
Volunteer in Zambia
Find out more about volunteering opportunities in Zambia with Game Rangers International, incorporating the Elephant Orphanage project