Supporting our Charity

Rhino in Africa

Marwell’s impact depends on the generous support and enthusiasm of people like you to help finance our conservation work and enable us to secure a better future for endangered wildlife for generations to come.

Our activities take us around the world, contributing to regional or global conservation strategies, but with a particular focus on the south of England and Africa.

Please donate to this appeal now or support Marwell through one of the options below. Whether baking cakes, washing cars or climbing mountains – your support could make a huge difference.


Every Pound Helps!

  • £1.20 could buy
    A coconut to enrich a gibbon's day.
  • £64.48 could buy
    Enough meat to feed our Amur tigers for one week.
  • £353.16 could buy
    A coil of rope to enrich our primates’ exhibits.
  • £1,500 could buy
    A new heated operating table for our veterinary surgery.


Leaving a gift in your will

Learn about leaving a gift and download our Marwell Legacy leaflet.

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Gifts in memory

Gifts in memory

Raising funds for Marwell in memory of a loved one

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Making a donation

Donating online only takes a moment. If you share our passion for the natural world please help.

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Maria and Gilbert

Raising funds for Marwell's Zany Zebras

Download our free supporters packs and posters.

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Adoption Package

Adopting an animal

We offer standard, premium and special Childrens Adoptions.

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picnic at marwell hall

Becoming an annual member

Enjoy unlimited entry to the zoo plus a host of other benefits for less than £5 per month.

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Volunteering at Marwell

Marwell Wildlife has over 150 volunteers from all walks of life with a shared interest in conservation, wildlife and the environment.

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Where next?

Will you help us help the animals?

Make a Donation
Adopt an Animal
Get Annual Membership

Group Visits

As a group of senior citizens it was great to have the road train available

As a group of senior citizens it was great to have the road train available as it made it possible to visit different parts of the zoo which they wouldn't have managed on foot. The new lemur loop was a highlight for me, actually being in with the animals was magical.… Read full reviewCaroline - U3A Wokingham, 27th October 2017