Big cats saved by London school

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A school in London is helping to protect endangered big cats thousands of miles away in Tanzania, thanks to one of our funded projects.

Harrodian School, based in Barnes, has joined as the newest ‘Kids 4 Cats’ twin school, partnered with Magozi Primary School. They have already raised over £2000 with a sponsored work-out, which will be invested into the children’s education at the African school. This is one benefit the locals are receiving for protecting carnivores in the area.

The scheme run by Ruaha Carnivore Project, and part funded by our worldwide grants, helps to protect animals such as lions, leopards and cheetahs that are highly persecuted in the region.

We are always looking for new schools to take part, so if you know of any that might be interested, please let us know via


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