Where the money goes

Donations record of friends of Paradise Park Wildlife Park


Since its foundation in 2006 Friends of Paradise Wildlife Park has helped a number of important wildlife conservation projects.

Our funds go to help projects in the UK and worldwide, in addition to helping improve Paradise Park's animal facilities.

2015

Your purchases and gifts enabled us to donate over £30,000 in 2014, to support wildlife conservation projects including:

  • Helping Rhinos – Charity dedicated to protecting this endangered species.
  • Wildlife Vets International – Dedicated veterinary professionals, helping conservation organisations battling to save endangered wildlife worldwide, especially the tiger and Amur leopard.
  • Uganda Wildlife Education Centre – Focussing on Biodiversity Conservation Education in Africa (and home to two lionesses from Paradise Wildlife Park, Bisa and Zara).
  • Wildlife Heritage Foundation – Improving infrastructure at this important big cat breeding and conservation centre in Kent.
  • Red Panda Network – Committed to the conservation of wild red pandas and their habitat through the education and empowerment of local communities in Nepal.
  • World Land Trust – Dedicated to conserving the rain forest and other critical wildlife habitats.
  • 21st Century Tiger – A wild tiger conservation initiative, protecting tigers and their habitats.
  • Wildwood Trust – For conservation of indigenous British species and to support their Brown Bear rescue project.
  • Shepreth Hedgehog Hospital – Charity hospital dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, release and research of the European Hedgehog.
  • Croatian Wolf Project – For research into, and conservation of, Wolves and Lynx in Croatia.
  • World Parrot Trust – To promote the survival of all parrot species in the wild.
2014

Your purchases and gifts enabled us to donate over £30,000 in 2014, to support wildlife conservation projects including:

  • Helping Rhinos – Charity dedicated to protecting this endangered species.
  • Wildlife Vets International – Dedicated veterinary professionals, helping conservation organisations battling to save endangered wildlife worldwide, especially the tiger and Amur leopard.
  • Uganda Wildlife Education Centre – Focussing on Biodiversity Conservation Education in Africa (and home to two lionesses from Paradise Wildlife Park, Bisa and Zara).
  • Wildlife Heritage Foundation – Improving infrastructure at this important big cat breeding and conservation centre in Kent.
  • Red Panda Network – Committed to the conservation of wild red pandas and their habitat through the education and empowerment of local communities in Nepal.
  • World Land Trust – Dedicated to conserving the rain forest and other critical wildlife habitats.
  • 21st Century Tiger – A wild tiger conservation initiative, protecting tigers and their habitats.
  • Wildwood Trust – For conservation of indigenous British species and to support their Brown Bear rescue project.
  • Shepreth Hedgehog Hospital – Charity hospital dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, release and research of the European Hedgehog.
  • Croatian Wolf Project – For research into, and conservation of, Wolves and Lynx in Croatia.
  • World Parrot Trust – To promote the survival of all parrot species in the wild.
2013

Your purchases and gifts enabled us to donate over £30,000 in 2014, to support wildlife conservation projects including:

  • Helping Rhinos – Charity dedicated to protecting this endangered species.
  • Wildlife Vets International – Dedicated veterinary professionals, helping conservation organisations battling to save endangered wildlife worldwide, especially the tiger and Amur leopard.
  • Uganda Wildlife Education Centre – Focussing on Biodiversity Conservation Education in Africa (and home to two lionesses from Paradise Wildlife Park, Bisa and Zara).
  • Wildlife Heritage Foundation – Improving infrastructure at this important big cat breeding and conservation centre in Kent.
  • Red Panda Network – Committed to the conservation of wild red pandas and their habitat through the education and empowerment of local communities in Nepal.
  • World Land Trust – Dedicated to conserving the rain forest and other critical wildlife habitats.
  • 21st Century Tiger – A wild tiger conservation initiative, protecting tigers and their habitats.
  • Wildwood Trust – For conservation of indigenous British species and to support their Brown Bear rescue project.
  • Shepreth Hedgehog Hospital – Charity hospital dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, release and research of the European Hedgehog.
  • Croatian Wolf Project – For research into, and conservation of, Wolves and Lynx in Croatia.
  • World Parrot Trust – To promote the survival of all parrot species in the wild.
2012

Your purchases and gifts enabled us to donate over £30,000 in 2014, to support wildlife conservation projects including:

  • Helping Rhinos – Charity dedicated to protecting this endangered species.
  • Wildlife Vets International – Dedicated veterinary professionals, helping conservation organisations battling to save endangered wildlife worldwide, especially the tiger and Amur leopard.
  • Uganda Wildlife Education Centre – Focussing on Biodiversity Conservation Education in Africa (and home to two lionesses from Paradise Wildlife Park, Bisa and Zara).
  • Wildlife Heritage Foundation – Improving infrastructure at this important big cat breeding and conservation centre in Kent.
  • Red Panda Network – Committed to the conservation of wild red pandas and their habitat through the education and empowerment of local communities in Nepal.
  • World Land Trust – Dedicated to conserving the rain forest and other critical wildlife habitats.
  • 21st Century Tiger – A wild tiger conservation initiative, protecting tigers and their habitats.
  • Wildwood Trust – For conservation of indigenous British species and to support their Brown Bear rescue project.
  • Shepreth Hedgehog Hospital – Charity hospital dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, release and research of the European Hedgehog.
  • Croatian Wolf Project – For research into, and conservation of, Wolves and Lynx in Croatia.
  • World Parrot Trust – To promote the survival of all parrot species in the wild.
2011

Your purchases and gifts enabled us to donate over £30,000 in 2014, to support wildlife conservation projects including:

  • Helping Rhinos – Charity dedicated to protecting this endangered species.
  • Wildlife Vets International – Dedicated veterinary professionals, helping conservation organisations battling to save endangered wildlife worldwide, especially the tiger and Amur leopard.
  • Uganda Wildlife Education Centre – Focussing on Biodiversity Conservation Education in Africa (and home to two lionesses from Paradise Wildlife Park, Bisa and Zara).
  • Wildlife Heritage Foundation – Improving infrastructure at this important big cat breeding and conservation centre in Kent.
  • Red Panda Network – Committed to the conservation of wild red pandas and their habitat through the education and empowerment of local communities in Nepal.
  • World Land Trust – Dedicated to conserving the rain forest and other critical wildlife habitats.
  • 21st Century Tiger – A wild tiger conservation initiative, protecting tigers and their habitats.
  • Wildwood Trust – For conservation of indigenous British species and to support their Brown Bear rescue project.
  • Shepreth Hedgehog Hospital – Charity hospital dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, release and research of the European Hedgehog.
  • Croatian Wolf Project – For research into, and conservation of, Wolves and Lynx in Croatia.
  • World Parrot Trust – To promote the survival of all parrot species in the wild.
2010

Your purchases and gifts enabled us to donate over £30,000 in 2014, to support wildlife conservation projects including:

  • Helping Rhinos – Charity dedicated to protecting this endangered species.
  • Wildlife Vets International – Dedicated veterinary professionals, helping conservation organisations battling to save endangered wildlife worldwide, especially the tiger and Amur leopard.
  • Uganda Wildlife Education Centre – Focussing on Biodiversity Conservation Education in Africa (and home to two lionesses from Paradise Wildlife Park, Bisa and Zara).
  • Wildlife Heritage Foundation – Improving infrastructure at this important big cat breeding and conservation centre in Kent.
  • Red Panda Network – Committed to the conservation of wild red pandas and their habitat through the education and empowerment of local communities in Nepal.
  • World Land Trust – Dedicated to conserving the rain forest and other critical wildlife habitats.
  • 21st Century Tiger – A wild tiger conservation initiative, protecting tigers and their habitats.
  • Wildwood Trust – For conservation of indigenous British species and to support their Brown Bear rescue project.
  • Shepreth Hedgehog Hospital – Charity hospital dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, release and research of the European Hedgehog.
  • Croatian Wolf Project – For research into, and conservation of, Wolves and Lynx in Croatia.
  • World Parrot Trust – To promote the survival of all parrot species in the wild.

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