Mission and Conservation Philosophy

The Snow Leopard Trust aims to protect this endangered cat through community-based conservation projects that are based on an improved scientific understanding of snow leopard behavior, needs, habitats and threats. 

Our Work

Find out about our groundbreaking research and conservation programs in five key snow leopard range countries.

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Our Partners

Get to know our partners from around the world and their contributions to snow leopard conservation.

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Annual Reports & Newsletters

View our annual reports for a summary of our accomplishments in each of the five countries where we work.

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Helen Freeman

Helen Freeman founded the Snow Leopard Trust in 1981. She embarked on a life-long quest to help these remarkable cats, and the Snow Leopard Trust was created to prevent the extinction of the endangered snow leopard in the wild.


Want to join our team? Learn about current job and internship opportunities at the Snow Leopard Trust.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Have some burning questions about our organization? Luckily, most of these questions have already been answered! Check out our FAQ section.

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Contact Us

We are always interested in hearing from people who share our love of snow leopards and other wildlife. If you have a question, comment or concern, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions, and feel welcome to contact us using any of the methods below.

If you are a journalist interested in snow leopard conservation, please check out our media kit for a quick overview of snow leopard facts, and the Snow Leopard Trust's mission and current work. You'll also find links to photos and videos, as well as relevant contact details. 

Mailing Address

Snow Leopard Trust

4649 Sunnyside Avenue North

Suite 325

Seattle, WA 98103


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