Purchase a Gift from our Amazon Wish List

Asim the Sumatran tiger pounced on brightly wrapped presents at ZSL London Zoo

For decades, the animal residents at our two leading zoos have helped form the most joyful and fond memories for millions of visitors. In the face of COVID-19, our biggest challenge since the Second World War, our committed keepers have maintained exceptional welfare for all our zoo residents.

We have been greatly humbled by the level of financial donations we have received, but as a charity, we still need help to continue to care for and protect wildlife. If you are looking for an alternative to donating, you can help support our keepers and our animals by purchasing an item from either our ZSL London Zoo Wish List or our ZSL Whipsnade Zoo Wishlist or both! Hosted by Amazon, these lists are filled with items that will enrich the lives of our animals and ensure their enclosures are well maintained.

Don’t worry it is super simple! Simply browse the items on our keepers' wishlists at London Zoo or Whipsnade Zoo

Once you have locked eyes on the perfect gift for our animals and keepers, pop the item(s) in your basket and select the Zoo delivery address. Before you check out make sure that the items in your basket are the ones from our wish lists.

Please leave your name and contact details under “Add Gift Options”, as we would love to send you a personal thank you message from all of us here at ZSL! Please note, we are operating at a reduced capacity so there will be a slight delay in our ability to send out thank you messages. If you would prefer to remain anonymous, then we would like to take this chance to say a very big and heartful thank you in advance. We really are extremely grateful for every donation made.

Should you have any questions or trouble with leaving a personal thank you message, please do not hesitate to contact us at corporate.partnerships@zsl.org. We promise we don’t bite (unlike many of our zoo animals)! 

On behalf of all our animals, thanks for keeping them safe and roaring, squeaking, barking and generally larking around!

Learn about other ways you can support ZSL here.