Cheetah Conservation

Starting in 2014, I am donating 15% of the profits from all sales of my cheetah photographs to the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) in Namibia. 

For three years now, I've made donations for the Chewbaaka Memorial Challenge - this means that my donations will be matched by other donors, thus doubling the amount I raised with your help.

This is particularly exciting for me as I have loved cheetahs for almost as long as I can remember, and have always wanted to be a part of helping this amazing and elegant big cat.

Cheetahs are listed as vulnerable on the IUCN Red list. And have become extinct in 23 countries they used roam. They are at about 10% of the population they were in 1900. 

By making donations to CCF "You make it possible for us to reintroduce and relocate wild cheetahs back into their natural habitat. You underwrite our livestock farmer education and guard dog programs that enable cheetahs and people to co-exist. You are helping us to influence and educate children so that the next generation of Namibians appreciate and respect the wild cheetah."

I am thrilled that every time you purchase a cheetah photograph from me, you and I together, are helping conserve this beautiful, and majestic creature! Also, you can directly donate to CCF here: