Department of National Parks and Wildlife of the Government of Malawi
The Dutch Postcode Lottery was founded in 1989 to support charitable causes. 2.7 million households in The Netherlands participate, vying for hundreds of thousands of prizes each month, while supporting charitable causes: half the price of each ticket is distributed among 95 charitable organisations. Since the Postcode Lottery’s founding, the lottery has dispensed over €4.7 billion to its beneficiaries. African Parks has been a beneficiary of the Dutch Postcode Lottery since 2010.
People’s Postcode Lottery is a charity lottery open to players across Britain. Since 2005, their players have raised over £142 million. A minimum of 30% of the ticket price goes to charities and good causes. African Parks has been a beneficiary since 2015.
The Wildcat Foundation is a private philanthropic foundation whose purpose is to help save and provide for the long-term conservation of endangered wildlife and wild places in Africa. It believes traditional wildlife protection paradigms are inadequate to deal with today’s poaching and trafficking problems, and it seeks and supports innovative new approaches.
The Wyss Foundation is a private charitable foundation dedicated to supporting innovative, lasting solutions that improve lives, empower communities, and strengthen connections to the land. In 2015, the Wyss Foundation supported projects in Akagera National Park, Liwonde National Park, and Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve.