2015 CalendarCoverCelebrate the new year with our beau­ti­ful 2015 chee­tah cal­en­dar, SURVIVAL.

Learn about the threats and strate­gies of chee­tah sur­vival and enjoy the breath tak­ing by Frederico Veronesi (www.federicoveronesi.com). Proceeds go to sup­port Action for Cheetahs research, projects and staff.

Directions for Ordering:

We are in the process of recon­struct­ing our web site. Sorry for the incon­ve­nience. Please use these direc­tions when order­ing cal­en­dars or books:

1 – Donate $20 for Calendar pur­chase and ship­ment inside of the US or $25 for out­side of the US. Dontate $15 for order­ing the “Cheetah Hunts at Night” within the US or $18 for order­ing out­side of the US.

2 – send an email with your address for send­ing the order and your pay­ment receipt

Thank you for your support!

We also have a beau­ti­fully writ­ten and illus­trated children’s book this year to offer our youngest chee­tah lovers: Why the Cheetah Hunts at Night.

Find out how the chee­tah got his tear lines in this folk­loric tale that you will be read­ing to your chil­dren over and over again. This book is writ­ten for us by Aunty Kiko and illus­trated with rich, expres­sive water­color paint­ings, by skilled artist, Moses Wanjuki. ||PURCHASE|| (Please fol­low the order­ing instruc­tions above).

You can help by Volunteering and/or mak­ing a Donation. Donations specif­i­cally des­ig­nated for Action for Cheetahs in Kenya are directed through Project Survival at Cat Haven for 501©(3) tax deductible sta­tus in the USA. Semi-annual reports are writ­ten for CCF, KWS, part­ners and donors. ACK seeks local and inter­na­tional part­ners who wish to sup­port Kenya-specific research, edu­ca­tion and com­mu­nity devel­op­ment through fund­ing and col­lab­o­ra­tive pro­grammes. ACK also part­ners with Eco-Sys Action and the Wana Duma Children’s Project to expand edu­ca­tion and devel­op­ment projects in the pri­mary ACK study areas.

Bowling for Rhinos is a national bowl-a-thon run by the AmericanAssociation of Zoo Keepers and orga­nized by vol­un­teers, who donate their time so that 100% of the pro­ceeds go to Rhino con­ser­va­tion. The funds go to help — Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, lewa.org, Action for Cheetahs in Kenya, actionforcheetahs.org, Ujung Kulon National Park, Bukit Barisan Selatan and Way Kambas National Parks. For more infor­ma­tion on rhi­nos visit - Bowling for Rhinos Resources Link