Find out More About Animal Charities

We've effected their habitat to such an extent that animals certainly now need our help. Find out more about supporting wildlife organisations.



The WWF is the world’s leading independent environmental organisation, active in over 100 countries. The charity draws attention to the global threats surrounding people and nature, such as climate change, endangered species and habitats, and the unsustainable consumption of natural resources. WWF ambassadors include Sir David Attenborough, Terry Waite and Miranda Richardson.

Tigers are extremely endangered in the wild

Tigers are extremely endangered in the wild

Born Free

The Born Free Foundation is an international wildlife charity that works to keep animals in the wild and phase out zoos. The foundation aims to heighten awareness and change public attitudes through high-profile campaigns and working with local communities. Celebrity supporters include Joanna Lumley OBE, Graham Norton, and Nick Knowles.


The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) is a charity that promotes animal welfare in England and Wales. The RSPCA is most commonly known for its inspectors, who rescue and house neglected, injured and homeless animals. The charity has lobbied parliament as far back as the 19th century and has helped bring about a number of changes in animal welfare legislation.

Care for the Wild

Care for the Wild International (CWI) is an animal welfare and conservation charity. The CWI works to protect wild areas from poachers, rehabilitate sick and injured animals, and provide aid rescue centres for animals that can’t be returned to the wild.


The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) works with communities, governments, and like-minded organisations to promote animal welfare. The IFAW’s primary campaigns are fighting illegal wildlife trade, providing emergency relief from natural disasters and heightening awareness through its Animal Action Week.