Looking for a gift that’s a little bit unexpected for someone who would appreciate the gift of giving? Or perhaps you are looking to treat yourself and do your bit for Malawi’s wildlife? We can GUARANTEE to have your gift delivered in time for Christmas AND we’re doing a special Christmas offer on memberships and adoptions.  Simply fill in the form via the links and pay by Paypal or via direct bank transfer. Thanks so much for any support you can offer.

A LILONGWE WILDLIFE TRUST MEMBERSHIP $50 ($40/£32 if you order before Christmas!)

Support Lilongwe Wildlife Trust’s wider work in rescue and rehabilitation, conservation education and advocacy and enforcement with this yearly membership.

It’s a paperless membership, to conserve the environment and to make sure that every bit of your donation is going where it is intended to go, and not spent on mailing/paper costs. As a member, you’ll receive an e-certificate, a copy of our latest Annual Report, information about our work and also receive our regular newsletter updates throughout the year.

-> Click here to apply for your membership


ADOPT AN ANIMAL $40/£32 ($30/£24 if you order before Christmas!)

For the lovers of all things cute and cuddly, we have the gift of adoption. LWT’s Wildlife Centre is Malawi’s only wildlife sanctuary and is home to many, many rescued animals, little and large. Adopt today and your much needed donation will go towards their food, medicine and shelter.. You will receive a digital personalised certificate, an information pack including a biography of your chosen animal and photos, a copy of our latest Annual Report and a year’s subscription to our e-newsletter.

-> Find out which animals you can adopt here


How about making a symbolic donation towards a specific project? Your gift will include a digital personalised certificate, information on LWT’s work, a copy of our latest Annual Report and a year’s subscription to our e-newsletter.  We’ve chosen 21 different donations of between $20 and $500 that you can put towards saving wildlife, fighting wildlife crime or empowering communities.

-> Find out more here