Conservation Holidays

Help Conserve the Natural World with Royle Safaris

As part of our continued efforts to help conservation and sustainable eco-tourism we have recently become supporters of the Francis Wildlife Foundation. In fact our director Martin Royle has been made a trustee of the foundation as well as being close friends to the founders Derek and Susan Francis.
The foundation was set up with a goal of preserving the natural environment and therefore the wildlife that is dependant on it. The foundation supports many organisations (both large and small) including the WWF for a Living Planet, the David Shephard Wildlife Foundation and the International World Land Trust.
The Francis Wildlife Charitable Foundation is driven by specific aims using income from ethical stock market invested funds to make an annual distribution, by donation, to selected conservation projects, chosen on a year by year basis. The Francis Wildlife Charitable Foundation has excellent relationships with the WWF and the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation where approximately 50% of our distributable income is allocated.
If you are interested in supporting The Francis Wildlife Charitable Foundation projects there are two ways this can be done:-
* A range of framed wildlife pictures are available from the Francis of Malvern living room store. All proceeds from the sale of these pictures are paid directly to the foundation and are used to support the various projects.
* The Francis Wildlife Charitable Foundation also welcomes contributions so if you would like to make a donation please call Derek or Sue on 01684 567021.

If you would like more information please to Contact Us and we will send you more information. And if you are interested in participating in one of our responsible Wildlife Tours or a Wildlife Watching Holiday which visits an area which has been directly helped by the foundation and their affiliate organisations then please browse our Wildlife Holidays.
THE FRANCIS WILDLIFE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
Registered no 1126090

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