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The Born Free Foundation is an international wildlife charity working throughout the world to stop individual wild animal suffering and protect threatened species in the wild
From small beginnings, the Born Free Foundation has grown into a global force for wildlife. But a personal passion for wild animals and desire for positive change remain at our heart. Described by The Times as ‘Big enough to make a difference, but small enough to care,’ Born Free is not a big anonymous organisation, but a family of like-minded people who share the same goals. Our work to prevent individual animal suffering, protect threatened species and keep wildlife in the wild sets us apart from the rest. Learn more about Born Free history here.
This is why Born Free is supported by celebrities including Joanna Lumley, Martin Clunes, Bryan Adams, Rachel Hunter, Helen Worth, Jenny Seagrove and Martin Shaw. Together we reach out to the public, the media and our business friends, who actively support and fund our projects and campaigns, helping hundreds of thousands of animals worldwide.
Born Free Foundation stage an annual ball in Milton Keynes to raise funds for their important work. Details will appear on mkfm.com when announced and on the Born Free Foundation website.
Zoo Check is at the heart of Born Free and takes action to stop captive animal suffering, challenge the multi-billion-pound global captive animal industry, and phase-out zoos and animal circuses.
Read more about the Zoo Check programme
Born Free rescues individual lions, tigers and leopards from tiny cages and gives them lifetime care at sanctuaries, funds major lion and tiger conservation projects and fights hunting big cats for ‘sport’.
Read more about the Big Cat project
Born Free protects wild elephants and their habitat in Africa and Asia, fights the brutal ivory trade, cares for orphaned calves, opposes the capture of wild elephants for zoos, and campaigns against exploitation.
Read more about the Elephant project
Born Free supports the UN’s Great Ape Survival Project, rescues orphaned apes, fights the global ape ‘bushmeat’ and exotic pet trades, protects wild gorillas and returns rescued monkeys to the wild.
Read more about the Primate project
Born Free protects the Ethiopian wolf, the world’s rarest canid, rescues wolves in need, develops solutions when wolves and people come in conflict, campaigns against hunting and exposes the plight of captive wolves.
Read more about the Wolf project
Born Free protects rare basking sharks, funds marine turtle and dugong conservation, monitors wild orcas, helps rescue stranded cetaceans, fights captive exploitation, and opposes wild capture of dolphins and whales.
Read more about the Marine project
Born Free investigates tourism’s impact on polar bears, returns orphan polar bear cubs to the wild, cares for rescued dancing bears and individuals from bile farms, fights the gall bladder trade and captive exploitation.
Read more about the Bear project
Born Free Foundation
3 Grove House
01403 240 170