Become a

Guardian of the Wild

Free to be Wild is a Non-profit organisation and we rely solely on donations from the public to keep doing the good work required of us.

We are very grateful for the generosity of our donors and can’t thank you enough for enabling us to help the injured animals that are unable to help themselves.

Our Guardians of the Wild programme enables you to symbolically adopt some of our animals and sponsor their rehabilitation and release back into the wild where they belong.

When you become a Guardian you will receive:
  • a symbolic certificate
  • an information sheet on the animal you have chosen to protect
  • a photo of the animal you have chosen
  • a thank you card
  • a book mark
  • bi-monthly updates of your animals rehab and release progress

Please note: Local Zimbabweans will receive a printed Guardian Pack, international donors will receive a virtual pack. If you would like a Guardian pack sent to you then it will come at an extra charge. We hope you understand our wishes to keep our costs down and ensure as much of the money you donate goes towards the animals not postage.

Our Orphan

Antelope

Coconut

US $50 per year

Found on a private game reserve, during a severe drought Zimbabwe was experiencing. We believe that she simply got too weak to keep up and got left behind by her family. 

 Found severely dehydrated & weak we managed to nurture her back to health. She will remain at the sanctuary until she is old enough to be released.

Olive

US $50 a year

At only two days old he was pushed away from his mom by another young male Bushbuck. Attempts to re-introduce him back to his mom were sadly unsuccessful.

From a tiny baby Olive has transformed into a majestic male Bushbuck who quietly roams the Sanctuary lands.

City Boy

US $50 per year

After his mother was killed by Lions, City boy was rescued by game scouts and a loving family who have managed to pull him through.

They have now asked FTBW to help give him a second chance and assist with his journey back to the wild. He will have some re-wilding lessons and learn that the bush is his natural home and we will find a suitable release site for him when he is ready to be released.

Proud Sponsors of Free to be Wild Sanctuary

We rely solely on donations from the public.