Featured campaign

  1. Why do we need to Collar & Monitor Endangered Species? Studying the animals and recording behavioural, social and feeding patterns for research purposes. Monitoring is an effective way of keeping track of animals movement patterns and demographics and learning about their ecology and population structures. Monitoring animals intensively allows us to predict future movements and possible dispersals of wild dogs from their pack...

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    $2,729 raised
    5 Fundraiser projects
    29 Donors

Other campaigns

  1. African Big Cat Conservation
    Big Cat Conservation in Africa focusing on Leopards, Cheetah and Lions.
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  2. Endangered Species Emergency Response Fund
    Rapid action by wildlife veterinarians, pilots and conservation staff is so often crucial in saving the lives of our critically endangered species.
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  3. Zululand Vulture Tagging Project
    ​Southern Africa’s vulture populations are in serious decline - literally teetering on the edge of extinction...
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  4. Rhino Conservation & Community Projects
    While anti-poaching and rhino rescue efforts are crucial to the immediate fight, the rhino war will ultimately be won through Community Education.
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Fundraiser projects

Gone wildlife

By Gone wildlife

Help African Painted dog, Cheetah and Black Rhino roam freely in the wild

0% Completed
R0 raised
R10,000 Target
385 DAYS

Donations instead of Christmas Cards, Presents, etc

By Lizzie Hide

Wildlife ACT - wildlife tracking and monitoring endangered animals inc black rhino, African paint...

55.76% Completed
£2,788 raised
£5,000 Target
713 DAYS