Protecting endangered rainforests and habitats
The World Land Trust (WLT) is a conservation charity that helps purchase and protect important wildlife habitats all over the world.
Over 400,000 acres of rainforest and other threatened wildlife habitats have been saved so far, thanks to support from individual and corporate donors.
How do they work?
The World Land Trust differs from many other conservation organisations in that the Trust always works through local partners.
It is these in-country organisations, rather than the Trust itself, that own the purchased land, which is protected in perpetuity, managed as private wildlife reserves.
What does your gift help to achieve?
Current priority projects include saving Atlantic Rainforest in Argentina and safeguarding habitat for elephants in India and orang-utans in Borneo.
The Trust is supported by Sir David Attenborough, who is a Patron, as well as other well-known conservationists including Bill Oddie and Mark Carwardine.
How can you help the World Land Trust?
If you give £25 or more, you can receive an optional certificate which demonstrates how you have helped.
Visit the World Land Trust website today and make a donation to save the planet for future generations.