The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
As our country emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic, it is time to reconnect with South Africa’s beautiful natural heritage in our wild spaces and national parks.
WWF and SANParks are teaming up for #HeritageMonth to celebrate and support South Africa’s national parks which are places of value and shared pride for all South Africans.
Did you know that as little as R300 can maintain one hectare of the park for a year? Donate now, and you could win a unique SANParks experience including a game capture experience, space on a wilderness trail or overnight accommodation in a national park.
During lockdown many of us realised the true value of nature – how much we need it and how much we crave it when we cannot access it. With the easing of the six-month lockdown, so we too re-emerge to connect with nature and value of our natural heritage.
We now know more than ever that we need our natural spaces and places. We need our national parks.
Our national parks are the cornerstone of protected areas in our country which is blessed with a natural wealth almost beyond comparison. Within our borders we have thousands of kilometres of beaches where the waves from two oceans break, mountains and valleys, wild plains and endless grasslands populated by rich animal and plant life.
As humans we too are part of the natural splendour and rely on nature for our own health and wellbeing.
South Africa’s national parks are the core of our country’s protected areas, for our wildlife and wild spaces, and the many people who rely on tourism for a living.
Visit SANParks Fundraising to donate.