Location: South Africa
Founded: 1971 by Ann van Dyk originally as De Wildt Cheetah Centre.
Projects: The aim of The Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre is to ensure the long term survival of cheetahs and African wild dogs through breeding programmes to maintain gene pools, research and reintroducing animals in areas where they used to occur.
The centre is furthermore involved in public awareness projects and a partner of the Cheetah Outreach Anatolian Guarding Dog Project.
How to help
Do you want to support the breeding projects and conservation efforts of The Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre to protect the African wild dogs and cheetahs in South Africa, then click on the adopt button and go to their website to make your contribution.