We support wildlife organisations worldwide to rescue, rehabilitate and successfully release wild animals back to their natural habitat, and to protect their home.

Emergency campaign

Wild & Free is doing an emergency fundraising to cover the cost of 3 months of food for the 100 animals in care at Libassa Wildlife Sanctuary (LiWiSa). The cost of food for these animals is usually covers by the small entrance fee ($5) of the centre that you can visit at specific hours. However, due to the countries lockdown, this vital funding has suddenly dropped to zero. It costs $1200 per month to feed the animals at the centre, so if you can make a small donation, be assured that 100% of your money will go to this centre. 

LiWiSa is the only rehabilitation centre in Liberia and neighbouring countries, making their work absolutely critical for wildlife conservation. 

Since their opening on May 6, 2017, 389 animals have been rescued, including 56 pangolins and 190 released. They currently care for 4 baby pangolins called Pangopups, 56 monkeys and 40 other animals. 

Thank you very much in advance for your precious help!

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Are you also an enthusiastic adventurer who wants to travel to some of the most beautiful places in Africa while giving back? 


Then you might be interested in this new partnership between the Blue Sky Society Trust and Wild & Free. 

I was very lucky to meet the founder of Blue Sky Society Trust in January 2020, Carla Geyser, who is passionate about Africa, adventures and giving back to local communities and wildlife conservation. Carla leads expeditions called ‘Journey with purpose’ herself and includes a donation in the price to a chosen local organisation. During the expedition, you will travel off the beaten track and visit the project funds have been raised for. 

In addition, if you decide to book an expedition and tell Carla / her team that you discovered it via Wild & Free or Geraldine Morelli, a donation will be sent to Wild&Free to support our wildlife conservations projects.


The next trips are depart in May, June and July 2020 and have a limited number of 10 travellers, so make sure you secure your place!

I am very excited about this partnership and hope that you will embark on this unique adventure to double your impact for wildlife conservation worldwide. 


Read more about the available expeditions on our blog and Blue Sky’s website for more details.


Become a regular Wild&Free supporter!

We are always overwhelmed by any initiative taken by supporters like you who want to support our work. A regular donation to Wild & Free enables us to plan ahead, making us better equipped to commit to projects that directly impact animals around the globe. 


We wanted to find a new easier way to help our community regularly support us, so we got in touch with our partner donr who are always creating new innovative tech solutions to help charities. We are one of the first charities to use their Digital Regular Giving pages which allow supporters to make a regular donation using only their mobile number, as well as their card and ApplePay and Google Pay. 

Hello, I'm Geraldine

I founded Wild & Free - Rehabilitation and Release in October 2014 to focus on one crucial aspect of wildlife conservation: their rehabilitation and successful release back to the wild. After several volunteering experiences in South Africa with Vervet Monkeys and Chacma Baboons, I was really inspired by the work that rehabilitation centres do across the globe, and wanted to extend my support to different species and centres that most needed help, often solely relying on voluntary donations to continue their fantastic work.

I have a burning passion for all living things, for the African continent in particular but all places that are home to wildlife and need to be preserved. I strongly believe that the more we learn about different species, the more likely we are to fall in love with them and therefore want to protect them. 

'Wild & Free - Rehabilitation and Release' - UK registered charity N°1158750

23 Dukes Avenue

London N10 2PS


Tel: +44 7815553834

Black-bellied pangolin