We empower veterans to aid in the prevention of wildlife crime

12 432

Volunteer hours on the ground

£75 275

Value of training and support delivered

1 300

Children educated on the importance of conservation

Our Strategy

Veterans for Wildlife’s five-year strategic plan is centred on two key objectives. Firstly, to assist in reducing the total number of elephant and rhino lost to poaching across the countries in which we operate. And, secondly, to assist in increasing the total number of former service personnel suitably experienced and qualified to pursue civilian employment.


Author: Wesley Thomson

Footprints of Hope Success

In December last year, Veterans for Wildlife launched its ground-breaking Footprints of Hope project. Five military veterans from across the United Kingdom (UK) travelled to South Africa in order to participate in a unique, two-week residential programme.


Author: Andrew Crichton

Project Loziba

With your help, we can save a unique herd of elephants, reintroduce black rhinos to the region and empower an entire community! Loziba is one of Veterans for Wildlife's most exciting projects and promises to deliver significant impact.

Charity Partners

Through collaboration with some fantastic charity partners Veterans for Wildlife can empower more veterans and help them play a role in the prevention of wildlife crime!


Author: Wesley Thomson

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