The Aspinall Foundation is an internationally renowned animal conservation charity working to save species from extinction. In 2014 the charity is celebrating 30 years of conservation, click here to read more about what has been achieved.
Our commitment is to the protection of endangered animals and the preservation of the habitats that they live in.
To complement the highly respected animal husbandry and breeding programmes supported at Howletts and Port Lympne Wild Animal Parks in Kent, The Aspinall Foundation leads the way restoring species in their natural habitats through reintroduction and in-situ animal protection projects.
The Aspinall Foundation run projects in Africa, Java and Madagascar, as well as providing financial support to schemes around the world, this work ensures that some of the most endangered species on our planet are being saved from extinction. Species such as the western lowland gorilla, Javan gibbon, greater bamboo lemur and black rhino.