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Meet Us at Events and Exhibitions
Come and talk to us about volunteering opportunities in southern Africa, meet some of our team and hear about all the projects we work with and how sustainable volunteering is vital to their existence. We attend many events and fairs throughout the world, giving you the opportunity to come and talk to us in person. It is a great opportunity to ask any questions and find out more about ACE, our background and experience. At some events, we can also assist you with your application forms, check availability and book your placement with you that day. All confirmation documents would then be sent to you within a few days of booking.
We can come to you - Talks about ACE!
If you would like us to come to you and give an inspiring talk to a group whether it be a college, university, work place, club or society then please get in touch so we can make some arrangements. All talks are free of charge and are given by dedicated conservationists, passionate about Africa and the wildlife we work with, and have had first hand experience of volunteering on our projects. Our team comprises a Zoologist and Marine Biologist who you can organise a talk with, while we often give more generic talks about gap year opportunities, career breaks and sabbaticals.
All talks are free of charge.
ACE in the Media
ACE volunteers, the team and our projects are often featured in press and media. Read our recent coverage!
Our news from the African bush comes in all shapes and sizes and we condense this a few times a year into a fantastic update e-newsletter for you to read at your leisure. Sign up to our bushwire to keep up to date on new and existing projects, our sponsored projects and community programmes and the latest news from our office.
Latest Project News
Read about our latest news from the projects and our organisation, including interesting wildlife and conservation based articles written by experienced and qualified experts in our field.
About ten days ago two leopard cubs were brought to the Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre by members of the Parks Board. These two cubs are tiny - they were only a few days old when their mother abandoned them. Their background story illustrates perfectly some big issues and debates in...
The team at Chipangali spent the festive season doing plenty of good deeds, as they took in one orphaned animal after another! First arrival was a little bushpig just before Christmas. The poor fellow had been attacked by dogs and was rescued by a kind lady named Bree, who took...
Care For Wild opened its gates to a couple of very exciting temporary residents last week: A pair of female Wild Dogs. Any seasoned safari traveller will appreciate how rare and elusive wild dogs are - Sightings in the wild will have even the most experienced field guide ecstatic. Quietly...
The recent release of the documentary “Blood Lions” has put the spotlight on breeding predators for the sake of trophy hunting. It’s timing couldn’t have been better: Public sentiments were already stirred up in the wake of the shooting of “Cecil” so a documentary that highlights the ugliest aspects of...
Sky News are running a special feature throughout today about the rhino poaching war in South Africa! Part of the footage is filmed at Khulula Care for Wild; award-winning UK journalist Alex Crawford reports on the rescue and protection of the orphan calves brought in from the Kruger National Park, including interviews...
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