Creating a FFI Tribute Fund provides a place to remember the life of someone special, whilst helping us to continue our conservation activities.

Create a FFI Tribute Fund here, thank you so much for your support.

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If you would like to know more about FFI’s Tribute Funds, or want to speak in person to someone at FFI you can contact Paul White on +44 (0) 1223 431 952 or at
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Fauna & Flora International (FFI) is making a real difference to the planet’s biodiversity. By finding where we are needed most and forming successful partnerships we have managed to save some of the world’s most beautiful, fascinating and threatened wildlife and ecosytems.

In total FFI is directly influencing the conservation of over 13.5 million hectares of important conservation land and sea. Our support for habitat protection around the world is helping to create safe havens where biodiversity can flourish.

“I think tribute funds are a lovely way to remember lost loved ones, and to also support a worthwhile cause. Making a donation on special occasions can help keep their memories alive and give you comfort in the knowledge that you are raising money for worthwhile work."

Lee and Nicki Chapman, FFI Tribute Fund holders since 2006
£10 could help buy a protection cage for turtle nests in Nicaragua. These simple devices allow hatching turtles to leave the nest – but keep dangerous predators out.

£20 pays for the printing of one set of school education packs that a teacher in West Africa can use to educate local children about the pygmy hippo, the threats it faces and its cultural and economic values.

£50 could keep a ranger in the field for ten days, protecting saiga herds from poachers on the steppes of Central Asia and raising awareness of the need for their conservation.

£100 could help protect an acre of South African fynbos – an area described by some scientists as the most important botanical habitat on Earth. An area that is also rapidly vanishing under the pressure of farming, forestry, building and alien plant species.

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