Looking to adopt an animal as a gift? Want to help save a life? Adopt an animal with Born Free for just £3 per month and you can help provide the care and protection these beautiful animals deserve. Supporting a wild animal through adoption is a great way to help fund our work to protect rescued and threatened species.
If you’d prefer not to set up a direct debit you can make a one-off payment of just £36 to receive an adoption pack, offering a full year of support.
Not only will you be providing invaluable care, you will also receive a great gift pack, soft toy and our Adopt magazine twice a year. If your friends and family are animal lovers, Born Free adoptions also make the perfect gift.
Adoptions last one year (those paid by monthly direct debit roll over until cancelled) – and all adoptions include updates through Adopt! magazine, published twice yearly (spring and autumn).
For overseas orders customs charges may be levied prior to delivery. We would suggest checking to see if these may apply before placing your order.
We will process and send your order within three working days, and would normally expect it to arrive within seven working days to addresses within the UK. All UK orders are sent via Royal Mail second class delivery. Please allow 28 days for delivery on overseas orders. Please note – we cannot hold orders for delivery on a specific date. For overseas orders customs charges may be levied prior to delivery. We would suggest checking to see if these may apply before placing your order.
Orders do not need to be signed for, but come in a box which won’t fit through the letterbox so you will need to be available to accept the delivery. A card will be left if you’re unavailable.
Your cash can have an immediate impact on the lives of animals across the world. Make every penny count.
More about Born Free Foundation and our mission here.
“A Born Free wild animal adoption provides money directly to support the care of individual wild animals or their families. Any extra funds go towards our projects to protect the species and its habitat. The adoption keeps you personally in touch with your adopted animal and, believe me, makes a real difference.”
- Virginia McKenna OBE