TSWALU FOUNDATION

Support ecological research

The Tswalu Foundation exists primarily to support ecological research on the reserve. Through accumulating a growing body of quality data on the fauna, flora and unique habitats of the southern Kalahari we continue to make informed conservation management decisions in support of our shared vision to restore the natural environment, re-establish and protect biodiversity, and maintain the Kalahari’s characteristic ecological processes.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED
1. DONATE

Use our secure online portal to make a donation to the Tswalu Foundation Trust in support of the sustainability of ongoing research management of the many projects supported by the foundation, its researchers and various activities.

DONATE
2. SUPPORT KEEP

The current KEEP Art Exhibition is a creative collaboration between the Tswalu Foundation and Warren Cary Wildlife Gallery, and an opportunity to support wildlife artists while raising funds for KEEP research – a percentage of all proceeds generated by exhibition sales will directly benefit KEEP and support ecological research.

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3. STAY INFORMED

Sign up to the Tswalu Foundation’s newsletter to receive updates about the Tswalu Foundation’s ongoing projects.

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4. SNAPSCAN

Use this SnapScan barcode to make an instant donation to the Tswalu Foundation. Every contribution helps, no matter how small. Make sure the SnapScan app is downloaded on your device, then simply scan the image below and your donation will go directly to the Tswalu Foundation Trust to support ecological research.

FUNDRAISING PROJECT
KEEP Art Exhibition

The Tswalu Foundation and Warren Cary Wildlife Gallery have formed a creative collaboration to raise funds for KEEP while also supporting wildlife artists.

The KEEP Art Exhibition, opening on 1 November 2020, will feature the work of 17 eminent wildlife artists, including gallery owner Warren Cary.

Inspiration was taken from animals big and small, all associated with the southern Kalahari and this groundbreaking research project. A percentage of all proceeds generated by exhibition sales will directly benefit KEEP to ensure the sustainability of future research.

 

 

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