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Adopt an animal species with The Aspinall Foundation and you’ll be helping to provide them with a secure future, allowing them to survive and even thrive.

Alongside a heart-warming feeling of knowing you are protecting some of the world's most endangered animals, you will also be able to visit your chosen species in one of our partner parks!

Your adoption will help to:

  • Protect some of the world’s most endangered animals from extinction
  • Maintain and restore precious habitats to ensure that they can prosper
  • Return animals to the wild, where they belong
  • Rescue animals abducted for the illegal wildlife trade and rehabilitate sick and injured animals
  • Keep them as safe as possible from poachers and other threats in protected reserves

Your adoption will help to secure their future.*

  • Adoption Pack

    • Personalised adoption certificate*
    • A cuddly toy*
    • Photocard
    • Fact sheet
    *All digital adoptions do not include personalisation or a cuddly toy
  • See Your Species For Free

    • Free passes to visit your chosen species and all of the animals at our UK partner parks (excludes Bronze level adoptions)
  • Animal Updates

    • Inspiring news from the field showing how your gift is helping animals to survive and thrive. You will also receive our Wildcry magazine twice a year by post or email
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The first ever birth of a gorilla in the wild to captive-born parents and the arrival of a litter of cheetah cubs give us hope for the future. With your support these and many other animals can thrive in the wild.

Our partners

The Aspinall Foundation works in partnership with its sister charity, which runs the Port Lympne Reserve and the Howletts Wild Animal Park, to save endangered species. The parks breed the animals and the foundation re-introduces them to the wild.

*The work we do with each species depends on the specific challenges and level of threat it faces; and changes over time as needed. Your adoption will support all of this work now and in the future. This includes emergency rescues.