Support our conservation charity today
With our zoo closed for visitors once again we have no income and with no access to the Government’s Zoo Fund we must call upon your generosity and help to support our vital charitable work in research, education and conservation.
Every one of your donations is a lifeline for preserving endangered species.
Help us today, believe in tomorrow…
THERE ARE LOTS OF WAYS YOU CAN HELP
DONATE THROUGH OUR AMAZON WISHLIST
If you are looking for an alternative way to donate, you can help support our dedicated keepers and our animals by purchasing an item from our Amazon Wishlist.
BUY A ZOO GIFT
Buy a gift today from our online shop and lets get through lockdown 3.0 a little easier together.
BECOME A MEMBER
Join as a Member today from just £50 and support our zoo charity for future generations. What a difference a year can make.
HELP us today, BELIEVE in tomorrow
Text BELIEVE10 to 70470 TO DONATE £10
Texts cost your £10 donation and one standard network rate message.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for CORPORATE FUNDRAISING opportunities – we’d love to hear from your business!
Pledges of support…
Brian Blessed OBE
Actor, Writer and Television Presenter
Dame Judi Dench
“Twycross Zoo may soon close its gates for the last time, putting many of its animals at risk. We simply cannot let this happen!
For almost 60 years the Zoo has meant so much for so many in so many different ways. It is home to more species of monkeys and apes than any other zoo on earth. It carries out conservation in the UK and all over the world. As one of the UK’s ‘Science Zoos’, it is important for science and education.
After three months of closure with no income, but massive expenditure to feed and care for the animals, Twycross Zoo now faces a huge financial mountain to become viable once more.
How ironic if a charity dedicated to combating extinction, should itself become extinct. I am asking you now to get behind the Zoo’s fundraising campaign. Please help the Zoo and its animals survive, so that children and families can enjoy it for generations to come.”
Professor Alice Roberts
Academic, Writer and Broadcaster