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    "Our world is wonderful, please protect it!" - Sir David Attenborough

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    Dr Sylvia Earle – TPWF Award recipient 2017

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    Australian bushfires killed 30% of the indigenous koala population

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    Dr Jane Goodall – TPWF Award recipient 2015

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    African Elephants need 150–300 litres of fresh water a day, and are threatened by climate change droughts

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    Sir David Attenborough – TPWF Award recipient 2018

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    A global team of Ocean Cleaners #TheBlueBucket

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    The Arctic sea ice is melting faster and earlier every year, reducing the Polar Bear's hunting grounds

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    "Save the elephants, and then you save the forest - and then you save yourself" - Mark Shand

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    You will see us struggle but you will never see us give up - The Next Generation

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    Black Mamba – the world's first unarmed all women anti-poaching unit

The Perfect World Foundation is a non-profit organization working with wildlife and nature in crisis, around the world. By increasing knowledge and spreading awareness, our aim is to create courage and preconditions for change, one step at a time. Our clear mission is to save the world.

Emergency appeal.
Please help us save and support wild animals at conservation and rescue projects greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic around the world. Your donation will support animal projects in crisis.

Support our work

As a non-profit charity organization we are completely dependent on your donations, sponsorship and your dedication to our cause, to be able to pursue our efforts to protect and preserve our planet's wildlife and nature.

Thank you for your gift, it means everything to us and the planet’s wildlife and nature!

The Perfect World Award

Every year The Perfect World Foundation awards a significant person who has contributed to the conservation of our natural world. This person has also, maybe most importantly, contributed to increase global awareness about the importance of protecting our planet and its wildlife, to ensure a sustainable future for all its inhabitants. Awarded conservationists are:

  • Prince Albert II of Monaco (2020)
  • Miss Greta Thunberg (2019)
  • Sir David Attenborough (2018)
  • Dr Sylvia Earle (2017)
  • Dr Richard Leakey (2016)
  • Dr Jane Goodall (2015)
  • Mr Mark Shand (2014)

The Perfect World Magazine
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Upcoming Events 2020

In ambition to raise awareness and funds to support wildlife and nature projects around the world The Perfect World Foundation annually arranges several events.

The Perfect World Foundation's strategic 10-year plan from 2020 to 2030 is focusing on finding, stimulating and implementing solutions to protect our planet and create asustainable future for generations to come.

During 2020 a number of events areplanned, to find out more please see the Event Calendar. To make sure you’ll get an invite to our different events, all you need to do is to support our work by becoming a sponsoring partnermonthly donor or supporting member.

Because of the restrictions due to the Corona pandemic we have decided to postpone our events during 2020 to 2021. More information and new dates will be available as soon as possible.

The Blue Bucket
– a global team of Ocean Cleaners

The Perfect World Foundation’s initiative The Blue Bucket has the aim of creating a global commitment to clean up our oceans by encouraging everyone to pick up plastic, and all sorts of other debris, from the ocean. The Blue Bucket itself is both a symbol for the campaign to raise awareness of the problems around the heavy pollution of our oceans, and a tool to collect plastic in. 

Every year more than 8 billion kilos of plastic end up in the ocean, but we are also close to 8 billion people on the planet – only one kilo of plastic picked up per person would mean that we literally could succeed in cleaning up our oceans. 

The Perfect World ambassadors joining the campaign as The Blue Bucket advocates, are the world-renown American marine biologist and oceanographer Dr Sylvia Earle and the Swedish Hollywood actor Joel Kinnaman. 

Save the Elephant

Increased demand for ivory and illegal trade has led to massive poaching. Experts estimate that 35,000 African elephants are killed each year.

Save the Ocean

70 percent of our blue planet is covered by oceans. Our seas have become a dumping grounds for plastics, industrial waste and lots of other debris and the marine ecosystems are adversely affected.

Save the Rhino

Our magnificent rhinos, with their prehistoric appearance, are tragically killed at a higher rate than new rhinos are born, and are seriously threatened by total extinction.

Latest news

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Information about Climate AID

Information about Climate AID

Dear friends,

It is with sadness in our hearts that we are forced to announce that The Perfect World Foundation's all planned events during the autumn, with the aim of raising funds and spreading knowledge about animals, nature and climate, are now forced to be canceled, or rather postponed. However, our golf event "The Ocean Golf" at Hills Golf Club, Gothenburg, Sweden, will be held on the 14th of September, so feel free to book it if you have the possibility.

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How the COVID-19 pandemic affects wildlife

How the COVID-19 pandemic affects wildlife

Wildlife rescue- and conservation projects are in an urgent need of support due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Perfect World Foundation is now launching the Corona AID fundraising campaign, where 100% of the funds raised go directly to the animal projects that have been affected by the crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

All donations make a difference - small or large!

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Bonobo at risk of being infected by the new coronavirus

Bonobo at risk of being infected by the new coronavirus

Bonobos are closely related to humans and therefore risks being infected by the new coronavirus, COVID19. Bonobo projects are now being quarantined to protect the animals. The economic crisis also contributes to fewer donations that affect animal and nature projects all over the world.

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Maria Nila donates SEK 500,000

Maria Nila donates SEK 500,000

Maria Nila donates SEK 500,000 to help 48 baby rhinos! A huge thank you to Maria Nila for their continuous support of The Perfect World Foundation. 

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The Perfect World Magazine

The Perfect World Magazine is a glossy cover, coffee table magazine full of inspiring stories about animals, people, our work and positive change. By purchasing our magazine you not only get hours of good reading, you are also supporting our work.

Thank you for your support!

You can buy the English issue No.2 HERE or the Swedish issue No.1 HERE

Expedition Svalbard

Den 15e Juni gick 2018 års resa till Svalbard tillsammans med TPWF ambassadören Ola Skinnarmo, för att lära sig mer om hur klimatförändringarna påverkar det Arktiska området och dess vilda djur.

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Conservationist of the Year

TPWF's utmärkelse som årligen delas ut tillsammans med priset "The Fragile Rhino".

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