Dutch Postcode Lottery

Since 1989, the Dutch Postcode Lottery has been raising funds to support organisations working towards a fairer and greener world. Fifty percent of the lottery’s annual turnover goes to charity. The lottery has steadily grown to become the biggest charity lottery in the Netherlands and supports 117 non-governmental organisations.

The Lottery has been a loyal supporter of Peace Parks Foundation for more than 18 years. So far, Peace Parks Foundation has received more than € 42.5 million from the Postcode Lottery. This includes an amount of € 14.4 million that Peace Parks Foundation and the World Wildlife Fund Netherlands received from the Lottery’s Dream Fund in 2014, to assist with efforts to protect rhinoceros populations in Africa.

In addition, a Dream Fund grant of 16.9 million was awarded this year to the World Wide Fund for Nature, Peace Parks Foundation and African Parks. The three leading not-for-profit conservation organisations have joined forces to boost the ecological and socio-economic development of the world’s largest terrestrial transfrontier conservation area (TFCA), the Kavango Zambezi (KAZA). The KAZA Dream Fund project will assist KAZA’s partner states – Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe – to protect the region’s globally significant wildlife populations, counter the potential effects of climate change, safeguard and sustainably harness shared resources across borders, and greatly enhance the well-being of local communities.

Peace Parks Foundation wishes to extend its heartfelt gratitude to the Dutch Postcode Lottery players and organisers for their continued support.

On 4 March 2020, the Dutch Postcode Lottery announced continued support to Peace Parks Foundation with a contribution of € 1,350,000 to continue working on the development of transfrontier conservation areas in southern Africa. In addition, a Dream Fund grant of € 16.9 million was awarded to the World Wide Fund for Nature, Peace Parks Foundation and African Parks for the socio-economic development of the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area. Pictured here are: John Loudon (Peace Parks Foundation Board Member), Magriet Schreuder (Head of Charities, Dutch Postcode Loterij) and Willem Russell (Chairman of the Board: Peace Parks Foundation Netherlands). © Roy Beusker Fotografie

 

 

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