Shout outs!

By 9th April 2020June 8th, 2020News

We’re giving shout outs to some recent zoo donors who have made much-needed contributions to our funds over the past months. At the moment,  these zoos are closed due to COVID-19 precautions, so please do give each and every one of them a huge clap for donating funds to essential conservation activities and to those staff that are still working so hard to keep the animals safe and well.

A huge thank you to Wilhelma Zoo in Stuttgart, Germany for its donation this week of €10,000 to support the conservation of wild Sumatran tigers bringing its total donations via WildCats/21st Century Tiger to €70,400! Wilhelma collects voluntary donations from visitors on entry to support its conservation funding.

Thanks also goes to amazing Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo  that donated $5,000 in January to help fund projects in the Russian Far East and China. Henry Doorly has been donating to WildCats/ALTA since 2013.

Shepreth Tiger Cake

A big shout out goes to Shepreth Wildlife Conservation Charity for the recent donation of £2,000, also to support Sumatran tiger conservation.  Shepreth Wildlife Park is one of our most dedicated small zoo supporters with conservation at its core, that has donated nearly £50,000 since 2005.

Aalborg Zoo fundraising

Denmark’s Aalborg Zoo has recently donated €2.000 for Sumatran tiger conservation thanks to its visitors buying its lovely tiger conservation toys.

Thank you to the team Drayton Manor Zoo who have donated £1,500 from their fundraising activities in 2019.

Wellington Zoo Trust donated NZ$3,000 in February to WildCats who has been a formal conservation partner of the zoo for several years.

Since 2016, Foundation Lutreola together with Tallinn Zoo in Estonia, have supported the WildCats Conservation Alliance’s work to study and conserve amur tiger and leopard populations in China and Russia. This year, they have donated €1.494. 

Finally, big shout outs to Erie Zoological Society and Fort Wayne’s Children’s Zoo in the USA, NaturZoo Rheine in Germany and Ecozonia, a brand-new zoo in France (due to open at the end of 2020) have also all donated to support Amur tigers and leopards recently.