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Adopt a snow leopard

Powerful, captivating and incredibly vulnerable to threats like poaching, loss of prey and conflict with people. Help us protect this endangered big cat.

Make a real difference

Adopt now to help protect the few remaining snow leopards left in the wild.

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Minimum donation is £3

Prefer a one-off payment?

We'll send you:

A cuddly toy snow leopard (optional)

My Snow Leopards and Wild World magazine 3 times a year

Factbook, certificate, bookmarks, stickers and more

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To have us call you to set up your adoption over the phone, text

Callme to 70099

We'll try to contact you within 15 minutes.

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Ringback service available 8am – 1am Mon-Fri and 8am – 10pm Saturday & Sunday.

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Last minute gift?

No problem! you can print or email a personalised gift certificate online to give on the day

Stop Illegal Wildlife Trade

Help stop wildlife crime »

Many tigers are killed for profit; often by criminal gangs who operate across borders. Their skin, bones, teeth and other body parts are sold for pointless profit. How much would you give to help keep a tiger alive? We're asking for £3 a month.

As a regular donor we'll keep you updated by sending you our supporter magazine three times per year.

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Join the Go Wild Club

Join the Go Wild Club »

Join our kids club for 7-11 year olds from only £3 a month. Or £1.50 a month when adopting an animal or becoming a WWF member at the same time.

You get some great stuff when you join. For starters you'll receive your own awesome membership pack, which is chock-full of goodies.

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Become a WWF member

Become a WWF member »

and help protect our natural world for future generations. For example just £3 a month could help us map the location of palm oil plantations.

  • New members receive a great welcome pack and Panda pin
  • Members also receive Action magazine 3 times a year, full of news and updates
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Make a donation

Camera Trap

£200 could buy a camera trap to film tigers in Huai Kha Khaeng, Thailand


£100 could pay for the training of one villager, in Borneo, to become a Wildlife Warden

Sniffer Dog

£60 could help train a sniffer dog to detect smuggled animal parts at borders

Rhino Protection Unit

£25 could pay a Rhino Protection Unit ranger's salary for 10 days


£10 could buy 40 seedlings to help replant the forests of Tanzania

Duncan, Adopted 10 animals
I am happy to support WWF in anyway I can to help save these species from extinction. Anyone thinking of doing so should. Duncan
Adopted 10 animals
Lesley-Anne, WWF Supporter
I'm proud to have supported WWF for as many years as I can remember. The work they are doing is great. Lesley-Anne
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