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AlyKat Images is proud to be supporting Cheetah Conservation Fund UK in helping to save Africa’s most endangered big cat from extinction. 

We pledge to donate:

  •  20% of profits from the sale of ANY AlyKat Images cheetah mounted print

  •  Cheetah Conservation Fund UK is our nominated charity with

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Dr Laurie Marker

Founder and Executive Director

About Cheetah Conservation Fund UK


Cheetah Conservation Fund UK (CCF UK) is a UK registered charity that supports the vision and mission of Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF), the global leader in the research and conservation of cheetahs.  


Founded in Namibia in 1990, CCF’s vision is to see a world in which cheetahs can live and flourish in co-existence with people.  To achieve this vision, CCF has developed a truly inspirational and holistic model for cheetah conservation; in saving the cheetah, CCF also aims to protect its landscape and improve the lives of the communities who share it.  In addition, CCF uses its international prominence to raise awareness of the plight of the cheetah, across the world. 


Cheetahs were once found thriving in numbers of more than 100,000, across a range that stretched through Africa and Asia; today, just 7,100 remain in the wild, occupying 9% of their natural range.  The cheetah is now Africa's most endangered big cat.


Over three decades, CCF has realised some remarkable achievements.  Through its Future Farmers of Africa programme it has delivered vital training to more than 8,000 farmers.  Via its Future Conservationists of Africa programme, CCF has engaged more than 550,000 children and young people in conservation education.  It also trained 500 early career scientists and conservationists, to help carry its mission forward. 


In spite of these achievements, the long-term future remains at risk.  Human-wildlife conflict, habitat-loss, and the illegal wildlife trade continue to threaten the very existence of the cheetah.  


AlyKat Images is therefore proud to be partnering with CCF UK, and helping to conserve one of the planet’s most unique species – the cheetah. 

To learn more about this amazing creature and how you can play your part in ensuring their continued existence please visit their website

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