Table Mountain Fund
To date the Table Mountain Fund has invested more than R30 million in 130 projects. These projects range from purchasing important conservation land and engaging landowners in sustainable land management, to funding applied research and supporting civil society to carry out innovative conservation activities in critical areas.
The Table Mountain Fund has delivered excellent results in restoring and protecting the natural wonders of the Cape Floral Kingdom. But there is much more to do as the threats to this unique World Heritage Site are mounting every day. We need your support to continue our work.
Join us in saving the fynbos, so that this natural treasure can be accessed by all now and in the future.
Join us as we build the Table Mountain Fund.
During the many years of incarceration on Robben Island, we often looked across to Table Mountain, at its magnificent silhouette. To us on Robben Island, Table Mountain was a beacon of hope.
Table Mountain and the Cape Peninsula are home to double the plant species than the whole of the British Isles. Of these an amazing 70% are found nowhere else on Earth.
Fynbos has the world's richest bulb flora, and also some of the most beautiful. Lilies, irises, amarylids and orchids are gems waiting to be spotted by the observant hiker.