About The Aspinall Foundation The Aspinall Foundation is a dedicated project to help endangered animals, by possibly returning them back to protected areas of the wild. Many animal species around the world are becoming progressively more rare and endangered through loss of natural habitat, poaching and pollution. The charity coincides with Port Lympne and Howletts Wild Animal Park located in Kent. Unlike, ordinary zoo’s the parks allows visitors to see conservations in action, landscaped gardens and a mansion that can be hired for weddings or special occasions. The Aspinall Foundation also has well-established overseas projects in the Republic of Congo and Gabon and with more recently developing projects in Indonesia and Madagascar. From £3.50 a month, The Aspinall Foundation will send out a e-certificate of your adopted animal, monthly e-newsletters about the parks, twice a year they will also send out emails about updates on the adopted,free entry into Port Lympne or Howletts Wild Animal Parks, and many more benefits from the registered charity. All revenues raised through ticket sales will help to support the animal conservation work and breeding programmes.