Founded in 1984 by wildlife artist and conservationist David Shepherd CBE, DSWF has been working to protect endangered species for over 35 years and has now invested over £10 million to help save wildlife.
DSWF is a highly effective wildlife conservation charity funding key conservation projects across Africa and Asia. They take a holistic approach to conservation and by partnering with ground-based conservation partners who have a deep understanding of the landscapes in which they operate. They work through fighting wildlife crime through law enforcement programmes, protecting endangered species by funding park protection, and engage with local communities who live alongside wildlife to discourage poaching.
The Alborada Trust donated £94,462 in 2019 in support of DSWF’s work to protect tigers and pangolins at risk of extinction.
Will Riley and Angus Hart