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Cheetah Conservation Fund

Org #1059
Vetted since 2008 Staff Favorite Site Visit Verified
1990
year founded
$71,434
raised on GlobalGiving
10
years fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

To be the internationally recognized centre of excellence in the conservation of cheetahs and their ecosystems. CCF will work with all stakeholders to develop best practices in research, education, and land use to benefit all species, including people. CCF works to: create and manage long-term conservation strategies for the cheetah; develop and implement livestock management practices that eliminate the need for ranchers to kill cheetah; conduct education programs for locals; continue research in genetics, biology, species survival

Projects (2)

Feed Orphan Cheetahs in Namibia
Namibia / Animals
Help Dogs Save Cats
Namibia / Animals
 
Project Leaders
Beth Fellenstein
Beth Fellenstein
Team
Laurie Marker, Beth Fellenstein, Anne Schmid-Kun
Organization Information
P.O. Box 2496
Alexandria, VA 22301
United States
866-909-3399 ext. 10

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #8336284779
Organization Information
P.O. Box 2496
Alexandria, VA 22301
United States
866-909-3399 ext. 10

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #8336284779

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Aug 6, 2019
Cheetahs... Giraffes... How does that make sense?
The only thing chilly and rainy on Sunday at the Animal Adventure Park (AAP) in New York was the weather. Spirits were bright and shiny when AAP’s Owner, Jordan Patch presented Cheetah...
Aug 6, 2019
The Year of the Livestock Guarding Dog
This is a very special year for CCF. Our Livestock Guarding Dog program began 25 years ago in February. CCF has decided to celebrate the program anniversary by naming 2019 the Year of the Livestock...
May 9, 2019
Support Dogs Saving Cheetahs
In 1994, Laurie Marker embarked on an experiment to determine if livestock guarding dogs – the same kind used in Turkey for 5,000 years — could be effective in reducing predation losses...
 
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