No, we are not open to the public and the animals that we work with are not displayed.
No, we do not have a volunteering program.
No, we are a rescue, rehabilitation and release centre for all wild animals.
We have been involved in conservation work since 1994.
Tikki Hywood is the late father of the Foundations founder and CEO, Lisa Hywood.
Yes, we work with many organisations throughout the world. We believe success in conservation relies on collaboration.
We work with many pangolin range states in Africa, namely; South Africa, Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia, Cameroon, Uganda, Liberia, DRC, Angola, Nigeria and Sierra Leone.
No, we do not sell any marketing merchandise, like T-shirts and caps.
Wildlife conservation is the practice of protecting wild species and their natural habitats in order to prevent species from going extinct.
Working together through idea sharing and thinking to achieve a common goal
Generous actions or donation to aid the poor, ill or helpless