The Conservation of Life
How it all started
Long before the world-wide success of the single ‘Saltwater” in 1991 and before ‘Inconvenient Truth’ was even a sparkle in Al Gore’s eye, Julian Lennon cared deeply about our planet and he continues to do so.
Julian focuses on ways that we can all make a difference, in what has become a sensitively-balanced world. Symbolically, a white feather has personal meaning for Julian and therefore it became a natural name for his Foundation.
For the conservation of Life
We raise funds for environmental, humanitarian and clean water projects. Your involvement will help make an immeasurable difference to the countless lives of those less fortunate. We are often deeply touched by various images and information we are exposed to in the media regarding poverty and suffering. Yet however much compassion and concern we all feel as individuals, we are often intimidated by the enormity of the problems we face and feel helpless to implement any real change. However, what we cannot accomplish as individuals, we can accomplish collectively.
Thanks to the insight of Julian Lennon, an internationally renowned musician, philanthropist and gifted photographer, we now have the means to translate these feelings into effective action.
In 2007 Julian founded The White Feather Foundation, to deal with environmental and humanitarian issues.
To act with partners from around the world to raise funds for the betterment of all life, and to honour those who have made a difference.
TWFF has been recognised by Prince Albert II of Monaco who honoured the foundation with the ‘Better World Environmental Award’ in 2008.
The White Feather Foundation has already funded and completed important projects relieving poverty and distress in Kenya, in the Amazon Basin, in Sri Lanka, in Peru and in Gambia as well as funding ecological projects in England. TWFF has assisted the ‘Amazon Conservation Team’ by funding a shaman school promoting native Amazonian spirituality and its central message of living in harmony with the natural environment. TWFF also focuses on one of the most pressing problems that plague the developing world – CLEAN WATER.