It is no secret that when we work together we can achieve so much more. WildCats Conservation Alliance works with zoos, businesses and the general public to raise critically needed funding for wild tiger and Amur leopard conservation projects.
On average 75% of our annual income makes its way to us from the zoo community. Some of these are major gifts, like this most recent donation, from Greenville Zoo in South Carolina. However, WildCats also provides a valuable way for smaller zoos, with significantly lesser footfall to pool their resources to fund high quality, impactful conservation projects. (Visit our ‘Zoo Support‘ pages to see who our largest zoo donors are!)
Collective giving brings like-minded zoos together, so that WildCats can scale up the value of its conservation work and ensure together, we are doing all we can to safeguard wild tigers and Amur leopards. Eternal thanks to the following, in no particular order, for their valuable support in 2018:
A list of all our zoo donors since 1997 to WildCats Conservation Alliance (previously ALTA & 21st Century Tiger)