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painted dog conservation uk - donate via justgivingPDC UK is a registered charity which aims at raising awareness and funds to support PDC with its many programmes in Zimbabwe. The Patron of PDC UK is TV presenter Steve Leonard.

Donate Online

You can make a donation securely online via JustGiving and pay by credit card.

Donate By Post

If you prefer to make a donation by post, please download our printable donations form (62k PDF) and return it with your donation (cheques or Postal Orders in £ Sterling, please) to: PDC UK, Greylourie, High Road, Cookham Rise, Berkshire, UK SL6 9JS. Thank you.

Donate through your online shopping:

You can support the work of Painted Dog Conservation UK each time you shop online. 

Easy Fundraising is a shopping directory listing some of your favourite online stores including Marks and Spencer, Amazon, Gap, Debenhams, John Lewis, Toys R Us and over 2000 others. Just use the links on the easyfundraising site whenever you shop online and, at no extra cost to you, we'll receive a free donation of up to 15% from every purchase you make. It really is that simple!

It’s completely FREE to register and you won’t pay a penny more for your shopping when you use the easyfundraising site. In fact you can even SAVE MONEY as many retailers offer discounts, special offers and even 'e-vouchers' exclusive to Easy Fundraising.

If you shop online anyway then why not raise valuable extra funds for us by using this fantastic scheme. All you need to do is visit easyfundraising  and when you register, select Painted Dog Conservation as the organisation you wish to support.

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What your support could provide to the Painted Dog Project in Zimbabwe . . .

£20

 One child’s visit for 4 days in the Bush Camp

£100

 All the kit needed for a field worker (Boots, overalls, sleeping bag, jersey, hat & ruck sack)

£200

 One protective ‘Painted Dog’  anti-snare collar

£400

 One computer for the new ITC Centre

£600

 The spare parts needed for one vehicle per annum

£700

The monthly salary of an anti-poaching unit of eight men

£1000

 The fuel needed for one vehicle per annum

£1000

 One local school’s visit to the Bush Camp for 4 days