Cheetah Outreach is an education and community-based Animal Outreach program created to raise awareness of the plight of the cheetah and to campaign for its survival. Founder Annie Beckhelling launched the project in January 1997 with just one hectare of land proved by Spier Wine Estate and two cheetahs.
Our Animal Outreach volunteer program involves both local and international volunteers. We provide accommodation, food and transport to and from work for international volunteers. The daily duties of volunteers include greeting visitors, merchandise sales, cleaning cheetah enclosures and taking care of our Anatolian Shepherd dogs.
The amount of time that a volunteer is able to spend with the cheetahs depends on the relationship that the volunteer builds with each of the cats, and obviously this only comes with time and patience, and at the discretion of the handlers.
Please note that our international volunteers are only accepted after successfully moving through our selection process. Please read the information package for potential volunteers carefully.
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