Tusk Ball 2017 at the Roundhouse

Tusk Ball 2017: A Huge Success For African Conservation

Tusk is extremely grateful to all our sponsors, performers, donors, guests and volunteers that made yesterday’s Tusk Ball at Camden’s Roundhouse such an incredible success. We are thrilled to announce that the event raised approximately £450,000 for our conservation projects in Africa, which we will aim to distribute in grants before the end of the year.


Together with Exceptional Travel, we are pioneering long-term conservation travel, a sustainable way to support the protection of nature, wildlife, and local communities. Known as "The Land of a Thousand Hills", Rwanda is famous for its magnificent mountain gorillas in the forests of Volcanoes National Park. Home to one-third of the world’s remaining mountain gorilla population in the North West, Rwanda's lesser known lake side savannahs in the East and primate rich forests in the South West makes for a multi layered safari experience, unique to Rwanda.

Tusk Trust - Zambian Carnivore Program

Zambian Carnivore Programme

With nearly 40% of its land area protected for wildlife, Zambia has the large expanses of wilderness that are necessary to maintain healthy carnivore populations.

Tusk Conservation Awards 2018

Tusk Conservation Awards 2018

The annual Tusk Conservation Awards are a celebration of successful conservation that is being undertaken across the African continent by individuals who are dedicated to their work and cause. Developed by Tusk Trust in partnership with Investec Asset Management the Awards are an accolade in the truest sense. They recognise the unsung heroes of conservation, who are nominated by their peers without their prior knowledge, in recognition of their outstanding and inspirational efforts to conserve Africa’s natural heritage. If you would like to nominate your conservation hero visit

Tusk Conservation Awards 2022

Now entering their 10th year, the Tusk Conservation Awards, in partnership with Ninety One, celebrate Africa’s most dedicated and innovative conservationists.