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Thank you for choosing to support our vital work with a donation. Thanks to the generosity of our donors and funders, we can strive to protect the Mara’s iconic predators for future generations.

You can support the Mara Predator Conservation Programme by donating to Kenya Wildlife Trust.

Donating in the UK

Donations can be made to our affiliated charity, The Friends of Kenya Wildlife Trust, a registered charity in England & Wales, No. 1162781.

Bank Transfer:
Bank: Barclays Bank Sevenoaks
Account Name: The Friends of Kenya Wildlife Trust UK
Account Number: 03977641
Sort Code: 20-76-55

Please use your surname as the reference and send us an email to so we can thank you and send you a Gift Aid form.

Cheques can also be made out to The Friends of Kenya Wildlife Trust and sent to c/o Mr Robin Cullen, Inglewood, 6A Reeves Lane, Wing, Rutland LE15 8SD

Donating in the USA

Donations can be made by check to our affiliated charity, Friends of Kenya Wildlife Trust, and sent to c/o Rick Weyerhaeuser, 105 Coolidge Hill, Cambridge, MA 02138. Friends of Kenya Wildlife Trust USA is a registered public charity, tax ID No. 01-0909843.

Donating in Kenya

You can now donate to Kenya Wildlife Trust via M-pesa. The process is:

  1. Go to M-pesa on your phone
  2. Lipa na M-pesa
  3. Pay Bill
  4. Enter business no 683988
  5. Account no. KWT
  6. Enter amount
  7. Finally enter your PIN

Donations can also be made by cheque to Kenya Wildlife Trust, P.O. Box 86-00502, Nairobi, Kenya. As it costs USD 50 to process a USD check, please donate through Friends of Wildlife Trust USA if you are based in the United States. Kenya Wildlife Trust is a legally registered Trust in Kenya.

Thank you for supporting our vital conservation work.

How your donation can help the Mara Predator Conservation Programme:

  • $900 buys three GPS cameras for monitoring predators
  • $3,500 pays for a solar water heater for our Predator Hub
  • $4,500 pays for us to deliver ‘poison reaction’ training to guides and rangers
  • $10,000 buys three GPS satellite collars for monitoring predators
  • $25,000 supports hyena conservation in the Maasai Mara for one year
  • $40,000 buys one 4WD vehicle for rough terrain fieldwork


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