PRIVATE DONATION:

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support. It really makes a difference - without you, our work would not be possible. If you feel you are able, we would be most grateful of any contribution you could make, be it either a one-off gift or perhaps even a monthly donation. And remember, if you sign a Gift Aid form, you could help us raise even more funds without it costing you another penny.

You can donate on-line now via the Namibian Wildlife Conservation Trust Website. Click the link below to start making your donation...

ON LINE DONATIONS
DONATE WITH A CHEQUE OR CASH

We are pleased to accept private donations by cash or cheque made payable to Namibian Wildlife Conservation Trust and addressed to;
Namibian Wildlife Conservation Trust,
c/o Ongava Game Reserve,
PO Box 58,
Okaukeujo,
Namibia

UK address:
c/o Spring Grove House,
Bewdley, Worcestershire,
DY12 1LF,
England

DONATE BY ELECTRONIC TRANSFERS

Donors wishing to make direct deposits to Namibian Wildlife Conservation Trust can wire money to:
Lloyds TSB, Account No. 32619560, Sort Code: 30-94-70.
Swift Transfer. Lloyds TSB, BIC No: LOYDGB21099
IBAN No: GB17 LOYD 3094 7032 6195 60

CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP

ORC offers exciting opportunities for sponsorship in cutting-edge wildlife research. At a time when interest in ecological issues has never been stronger, what better way to demonstrate your organisation’s ‘green’ credentials than by supporting our important work for wildlife conservation? You could help by donating funds or equipment to support our specific scientific projects. In return you’ll enjoy all the benefits of association with ORC in terms of generating positive PR for your business.

Our current sponsors include: West Midland Safari and Leisure Park (UK), and Zoological Society of Philadelphia (USA).

Please contact Dr Ken Stratford: Ongava Game Reserve, PO Box 58, Okaukeujo, Namibia
or email: research@ongava.com

COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH/
JOINT FUNDING:

We are keen to establish partnerships with other local and international organisations (game reserves, animal parks, zoos, universities etc) which would be willing to fund their own research at Ongava. We can provide some infrastructure (accommodation, technical support etc) for these collaborative/joint research projects.

If you have a specialist scientific interest in any of the following fields: carnivores, geology, soils and waters, grasses, shrubs and trees, small mammals, raptors, reptiles and amphibians, and you would like to collaborate with ORC, please contact
Dr Ken Stratford: Ongava Game Reserve, PO Box 58, Okaukeujo, Namibia
or email: research@ongava.com