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THE AFRICAN COMMUNITY & CONSERVATION FOUNDATION DEPENDS ON THE GENEROSITY OF DONORS TO HELP US CONTRIBUTE TO CRITICAL CONSERVATION AND HUMANITARIAN PROGRAMS IN AFRICA.

ACCF provides a critical pathway for U.S. donors interested in supporting the conservation of Africa’s wildlife and native environments and community development programs targeting underserved populations. ACCF is a public charity exempt from Federal income taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. By identifying partner organizations in Africa and selecting programs for support, ACCF works to maximize the effectiveness of its assets toward satisfying its donors’ charitable goals and its own charitable purposes. Once partnerships are established and programs are identified for ACCF support, ACCF participates in budget deliberations for those programs and regularly monitors the programs’ progress through constant communication with its partner organizations and review of such organizations’ substantive and financial reports regarding the programs to ensure the successful use of its donors’ contributions.

Please select ‘DONATE NOW’ to contribute to our work as a whole. It’s because of you that ACCF can continue to make a lasting, transformational impact in Africa. Alone we can only do so much, but together we can make a difference. Thank you for your support!

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Grumeti - Lion in Tree

GRUMETI FUND | TANZANIA

The Grumeti Fund, a 350,000-acre private concession in the western corridor of the Serengeti, is home to lush grasslands and healthy herds of migrating wildlife. The Project in Tanzania focuses its work on the reintroduction of locally extinct animal species, anti-poaching, and community development programs that support education and scholarships, enterprise development, environmental awareness, and girls’ empowerment.

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Karingani Group Dance

KARINGANI GAME RESERVE PROJECT | MOZAMBIQUE

The Karingani Game Reserve spans 358,000 acres in southern Mozambique and shares its borders with South Africa’s Kruger National Park (KNP), and Limpopo National Park (LNP). This largely untouched area has also been identified as a safe haven for wildlife in Mozambique and has been recognized as a global priority area for conservation. In addition to its anti-poaching and conservation efforts, Karingani is a vital component to the social and economic development of its neighboring communities.

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Malilangwe Women Empowerment -- photo credit: Karin Schermbrucker

THE MALILANGWE TRUST | ZIMBABWE

The Malilangwe Trust focuses on harmonizing biodiversity conservation, community development and commercial tourism across 130,000 acres in Zimbabwe. The Project work includes the reintroduction of threatened or endangered wildlife, anti-poaching, and community development programs that support education and scholarships, healthcare, local employment opportunities, and sustainable infrastructure.

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Rwanda Gorilla Baby

RWANDA PROJECT | VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK

Volcanoes National Park is home to one-third of the world’s remaining mountain gorillas – a critically endangered wildlife population that is under the constant threat of poaching. The Rwanda project aims to conserve and protect this landscape, as well as develop the people and communities around it.
*photo credit: Black Bean Productions

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THE US TUSK LION TRAIL

 The devastating economic impact of Covid-19 on jobs and livelihoods within the conservation and tourism sectors across Africa has made ACCF & Tusk’s work even more urgent than before.

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