Your support could make a difference to one or more of our critical projects. This could take the form of corporate membership, donations, cause-related marketing, fundraising events, or any number of other exciting ways to get involved in the work that we do. Our Business Development team will be able to assist you in choosing the kind of support that makes the most sense for your organisation.

Whether it’s signing up as a regular donor, or sharing our news with your friends and family, there are many different ways that you can show your support for the on-the-ground conservation work of the EWT.

Protecting forever, together.

Your support makes the Endangered Wildlife Trust’s critical conservation work possible

The benefits of donating include:
• The knowledge that you have made a tangible difference to on-the-ground conservation work
• An 18A tax certificate in South Africa
• Monthly digital magazine, Conservation Matters, should you choose to sign up for email updates
• Regular conservation updates, should you choose to sign up for email updates

Protecting forever, together.

Banking details

Account name: Endangered Wildlife Trust
Account number: 50371564219
First National Bank
Branch code: 253305
Rosebank branch 037

Support EWT through the MySchool fundraising programme

Help raise funds for Endangered Wildlife Trust without it costing you a cent with the MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet Fundraising programme. MySchool raises over R7 million for schools, charities and animal welfare organisations every month! The best part: It doesn’t cost you as a supporter a cent to make a difference

How does the Programme work?
The program allows you to make a difference, just by shopping at one of the many MySchool My Village My Planet partners. These include Woolworths, Builders, Engen Quick Shop, Bidvest Waltons,, Worksheet Cloud, to name just a few. Every time you use your card at any of the partner stores, a percentage of your purchase value will be given back, on your behalf, to the EWT at absolutely no cost to you!

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