Carol is a committed conservationist and has donated paintings and other art work to help raise funds for conservation projects, and by exhibition, where the RZSS in situ conservation field work has been supported.
Carol spent time with The Cheetah Conservation Fund at their Headquarters near Otjiwarongo in Namibia where she had a unique opportunity to work closely with the rescued cheetah and was given extremely close access to study and sketch to gain invaluable insight into this highly endangered equisic cat.
Carol has joined “Artists Helping Cheetahs”. The Cheetah Conservation Fund will receive 20% of the sale from all items on this page (see Cheetah Gallery).
Copyright of Endangered destiny gifted to The Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF)
Carol supports The Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) by donating 20% of all her cheetah art sales.
Endangered destiny was selected and sold at 2012 Wildlife artist of the Year.
Carol also gifted the copyright of Endangered destiny to CCF to help in their mission to save wild cheetah and Slowly Stalking
Keen supporter of The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust: www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org
Walkabout was selected for DSWF 2015 Wildlife Artist of the Year. Complete proceeds of sale was donated to The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation
Carol donated this pastel painting above for The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland’s Centenary Fundraising Event and a signed limited edition print of Edinburgh Zoo’s Gentoo Penguins.
Flamingo Reflections is on display at The White Lady Hotel, Corstorphine Road, Edinburgh.
To celebrate the release of Crimson Wing which is Disney’s first foray into the wildlife genre for 60 years, Carol has donated 30% of proceeds of the sale of ‘Flamingo Reflections’ to BirdLife’s partner in Tanzania (Wildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania) to improve the protection status of Lake Natron to help safeguard the flamingos’ habitat. See updates on BirdLife’s Think Pink campaign.
Carol gifted her Bat-eared Fox image to The American Veterinary Medical Association for use on the front cover of their journal.
The A to Z Trust
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The A to Z Trust (Aid to Zimbabwe)
Registered as a charity in Scotland
Charity Number SCO39203.
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Fundraising Officer (Development Team)
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Cheetah Conservation Fund
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Chobe Wildlife Trust
Chief Executive Officer
Chobe Wildlife Trust
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Friends of Conservation
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David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Dr Daphne Sheldrick MBE MBS
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
International Primatological Society
Scottish Primate Research
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University of Stirling
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