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Our Charity Partners

 
The idea for our Zambezi Expedition began with a suggestion that we should take part in a challenge during our 30th year to raise money for causes close to our hearts. As the centre piece of our anniversary celebrations, the expedition has the potential to raise significant funds and awareness for our three chosen charities. In addition to raising funds through sponsorship, we will also be raising awareness via a media campaign with an esteemed publication, documenting our progress with reports, photographs, podcasts and video.
African woman with cow supported by Send a Cow charity
Anti-poaching ranger with walkie-talkie near rhinos supported by Tusk Organisation
Northampton Saints player posing for rugby photo with young child on pitch for Northampton Saints Foundation
Loving mother and baby calf elephant in Zambezi River, Africa
African woman with cow supported by Send a Cow charity
 
In the early 1990s when we were introducing our first clients to the wildlife of Africa, a group of British farmers formed the charity Send a Cow to help African villagers improve their farming skills. We have a long standing partnership which has seen Africa Exclusive and our clients support Send a Cow’s vital work. We have witnessed firsthand how Send a Cow’s practical advice and support helps a typical village family with an acre of land increase their income from £1 a day to around £8 a day.
Anti-poaching ranger with walkie-talkie near rhinos supported by Tusk Organisation
 
When it comes to an exceptional wildlife safari, it goes without saying that conservation is intrinsically connected. For nearly 30 years, Tusk’s mission has been to amplify the impact of the many conservation initiatives across Africa, preserving this vast, vibrant, and diverse continent for future generations, saving endangered species and promoting the welfare of Africa’s people. By working hand in hand with existing and emerging conservation programmes, Tusk’s primary goal is to aid their partner’s campaigns in four key areas: protecting endangered species, habitat protection, human-wildlife co-existence and environmental education.
Northampton Saints player posing for rugby photo with young child on pitch for Northampton Saints Foundation
 
Through innovative and exciting programmes, the Northampton Saints Foundation, part of Northampton Rugby Football Club, uses the power of sport to educate, inspire and support young people in need.

The foundation’s aim is to create a unique progression pathway which appreciates the individual needs of each young person. Their ultimate objective is that young person’s re-engagement and re-integration into mainstream education. Parallel to this, their work in mainstream primary schools has seen over 5,000 children participate in programmes designed to educate and develop motivation and self-esteem.
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