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Family volunteers at our wildlife sanctuary in Zimbabwe

“We had an amazing time and one we will never forget. My children feel like they made a difference in the lives of the animals, and I learned so much about animal welfare and care.” Words from Danielle, a family volunteer at our Primate Conservation & Sanctuary Programme in Zimbabwe. Volunteering with your family is …

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How to be ethical and volunteer in a wildlife sanctuary

The world of wildlife sanctuary volunteering and captive animal interactions is an often murky one, brought into disrepute by sanctuaries keeping animals in terrible conditions, breeding indiscriminately with no intention of release, and inviting volunteers to participate for little more than monetary gain. There are amazing wildlife sanctuary volunteer projects in Africa, and the key …

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6 volunteering bucket list trips for 2020!

Have you always wanted to visit Africa, but know that a traditional safari just isn’t for you? Do you want to get more involved and leave your mark, as well as have incredible wildlife sitings and meet the inspirational people working tirelessly to protect Africa’s iconic wildlife? If so, our volunteer programmes will show Africa …

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Family volunteering in Zimbabwe – “It was life-changing”

Pam Galenkamp and her family, from Georgia, USA, volunteered at the Rhino & Elephant Conservation Programme in June this year. They also took a side trip to Namibia as well, but we will cover that in a separate post! The experience they had at the Imire project was summed up by Pam’s 11-year old daughter, …

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