For enquiries on the Masai Mara Safari draw and ticket sales:

Please email your name and cell number to or call Julia – (+27) 082 871 8360 / Lydia (+27) 083 601 6177 and who will assist you.

Mission statement: “Conserving Wildlife – Inspiring the World”

Rescue. Rehabilitate. Release.

Wildlife rehabilitation: Baboon

FreeMe rescues, rehabilitates and releases indigenous wildlife back into a natural habitat, while maintaining the highest ethical standards and furthering conservation by playing a role in the education of wildlife professionals, volunteers, learners and members of the public.


To be a world-class, self-sustaining rehabilitation facility for indigenous wildlife in Southern Africa.

Aims and objectives of FreeMe:

  • To rescue, rehabilitate and release indigenous wildlife onto carefully chosen reserves and conservancies.
  • To educate the public through the use of lectures, newsletters, advertising, support and advice. Without education there is no conservation.
  • To train volunteers in the care of wildlife while upholding the highest ethical standards and working closely with a panel of vets.
  • To network with similar organisations and experts in the field, sharing knowledge and skills, locally and internationally.
  • To fundraise to develop and sustain a self-funded centre that relies on donations, bequests, sponsorships and membership
Meerkat Release

Suricates / Meerkats after release

Wildlife Rescue

Rescue of Meerkats / Suricates

Meerkat Rehabilitation

Rescued Meerkat before Release