We are extremely happy with any donation, be it one-off or structural, small or big.

Donations to The Lions Foundation are used to cover costs and investments involving:

  • Day-to-day care of lions in The Lions Foundation sanctuary, including security;
  • The rescue by Stichting Leeuw of lions in need, including transport, medication, costs associated with the rescue venue, etc.;
  • The release of lions back into the (semi) wild, including fencing;
  • Veterinary costs;
  • Scientific research projects involving the natural behaviour of the rehabilitated lions;
  • Educational projects.

Donations to the Lions Foundation are used to cover costs and investments involving day-to-day care of lions in the Lions Foundation rescue facility and the release of lions back into the (semi) wild.

Donations by bank transfer:
Please note that all donations will be made to Stichting Leeuw, which is our colleague company in the Netherlands. If you write in the note that it’s for The Lions Foundation we’ll make sure it will be used for the South African based company.

Bank: Rabobank
IBAN: NL49RABO0138186731
BIC code: RABONL24
Account name: Stichting Leeuw

Do you prefer a more structural support? Mail to

As of October 26 2011 Stichting Leeuw has been designated a Public Benefit Organisation (Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling/ANBI) by the Dutch Tax Administration.

For donations via PayPal or iDeal (Dutch bank transfer) you can click the following button which will re-direct you to the Stichting Leeuw website.


    The Lions Foundation aims to
    rehabilitate lions in need from
    all over the world to their
    natural habitat.


    The Lions Foundation is
    located in Schrikkloof
    Nature Reserve.

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