What Yellow Zebra has contributed over the years:
2020: During a difficult year, the Yellow Zebra team got together digital to take part in raising funds for much-needed causes. For PAMS Foundation, Yellow Zebra raised £7,397 between April and July, after an increase in poaching occurred because of COVID-19. In August, the YZ team got behind Ride4Rangers, a fundraising and awareness campaign supporting Africa’s rangers. The YZ team cycled, ran, walked, and rowed over 4,200km in a bid to raise funds, totalling £5,541 that was doubled by match-funding.
2019: Yellow Zebra continued with its support of several charities, including the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (£3,765), Project Playground (£4,785), and the PAMs Foundation (£6,895). YZ also made an effort to improve the local communities around its headquarters in the UK. This included volunteering at homeless support centres, litter picking around town streets and riversides, and planting gardens to help increase bee populations and improve the cityscape.
2018: YZ donated £11,139 in 2018 to the projects we support. £3,045 to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust; £245 to the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund; £5,680 to Project Playground, £669 to PAMS Foundation; and £1,500 to Malawi Dream - YZ helped send over 150 children to school but sadly this hugely successful project sadly ceased operations in Spring 2018 due to the founder’s personal obligations).
2017: £9,000 raised for Project Playground, South Africa; continued support of Team Rokka, now part of PAMS Foundation; and the adoption of orphan elephants at The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust on behalf of our visiting clients
2016: Yearly Corporate Friend to Project Playground, South Africa
2015: Year-round sponsorship of Team Rokka, an anti-poaching dog team in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania; £12,000 raised for CLEFT via our charity climb up Mount Kilimanjaro
2014: £4,000 raised for our One to One campaign at a sponsors’ dinner in London; 71 children sent to school in Africa through our One to One campaign
2013: £8,000 raised for Macmillan Cancer at a legal dinner in London; 40 children sent to school in Africa through our One to One campaign