The Cape Leopard Trust - Using research as a tool for conservation & finding solutions to human-wildlife conflict

Current Sponsors

The majority of our sponsorship comes from private companies and charitable trusts. Our gratitude is extended to every individual and organisation that contributes significantly to the Cape Leopard Trust’s research and education projects.


Sponsors (R1 000 000 plus)

Sponsors (R500 000 – R1 000 000)

Sponsors (R100 000 – R500 000)

Sponsors (R50 000 - R100 000)

Sponsors (R10 000 - R50 000)

Leopard Adoptions

  • "Sheeva", "Nala" and "Enzo" - Leopards Leap
  • "Colin" -LorraineLudman
  • "Houdini" - Eco Aire - Peter Turnbull
  • "Johan" - Leopards Leap Wines/Africa Geographic
  • "Katerina" - Carole and Rex Harlan
  • "Lisa" -  Leopards Leap Wines/Africa Geographic
  • "Max" - Oelz Family
  • "Oom Arrie" - Engel & Volkers
  • "Ouma Maaitjie" - Leopards Leap Wines/Africa Geographic

Leopard Adoptions - Gouritz Corridor

  • “Kishwan” – The Douglas Lederle Memorial Fund

Leopard cage trap sponsorship

  • Mike Snethlage of Flexi Pave inCape Town has built and sponsored several leopard cage traps which are used to safely capture and collar leopards.

Flight Sponsors

Trailer Sponsors

  • Margaret Baran
  • Anton Du Preez
  • Jacques Groenewald
  • David Knott

Campsite Sponsors

Accommodation sponsors

Ways you can support us!

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Latest News Updates

  • MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet Vote4Charity competition

    The Cape Leopard Trust has a chance to win up to R50 000 if we can get the most votes in the My School My Village My Planet Vote4Charity competition. It is really quick and easy. All you have to do is go to this website and log in with…
    Written on Friday, 11 April 2014 15:39
  • Latest update from the Predator Ecology and Coexistence Project – All in a day’s work

    Latest update from the Predator Ecology and Coexistence Project – All in a day’s work

    Fieldwork in the Namaqua National Park and surrounding farmlands has gotten off to a good start! The CLT Predator Ecology and Coexistence project (PEACE) team were busy in December and January setting over 75 trail cameras in caracal, black-backed jackal and leopard habitat to scout the best sites for trapping these predators.…
    Written on Wednesday, 09 April 2014 15:21
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