The Wildlife ACT Fund is a not for profit trust that focuses on the following key conservation elements in South Africa:

  • Finding and funding the right equipment needed to effectively monitor endangered and threatened species.
  • Delivering time and expertise to provide adequate management, capture, transport and reintroduction of these animals to new areas.
  • Implementing anti-poaching measures and technology in the field.
  • Helping rural communities who live alongside protected wildlife areas to develop a love and respect for nature, provide them with reasons to protect it, and advance economic empowerment.

Equipment Needed For Effective Endangered Species Conservation

  • Vulture GPS Backpacks: R1 000 each
  • Vulture SAT Backpacks: R3 000 each
  • Transmitters: R7 000 each
  • Rhino GPS Collars: R20 000 each
  • Standard VHF Anti-snare Collar: R9 000
  • GPS Satellite Collar: R35 000 each
  • SAT Collar data download: R600 per month
  • Vet cost: R8 000 per day
  • Chopper cost: R7 700 per hour
  • Telemetry Set: R22 000 per set + R300 per cable + R2 000 per antenna

Help us build a future where all people live in harmony with nature.

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    Joel Alves

    US$1,669 raised

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    Challenge 4 a Cause 2014

    US$1,115 raised

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    Harry Taylor

    US$605 raised

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    Ruth George

    US$450 raised

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    Christer Gunnarsson

    US$317 raised

9 Fundraiser projects


  1. Sonya Powell

    28 March

  2. Diana Shermet

    19 March

  3. Kristian Robert Pahl

    8 March

184 Donations

Fundraiser projects

9 Fundraiser projects

Save the Elephants, Lularoe Style!

By Ashlee Colman

Help us fundraise

0% Completed
US$0 raised
US$1,000 Target

For the Love of Elephants

By Galen Schultz

With as much demand for ivory as there is for rhino horn - the rate of elephant poaching is just ...

0% Completed
R0 raised
R10,000 Target

Ironman For Wildlife

By Joel Alves

I will be Swimming 3.8km, Cycling 180km and Running 42km to raise funds for Wildlife ACT and thus...

88.204% Completed
R22,051 raised
R25,000 Target

Blogging for African Wildlife

By Ruth George

A time-lapse blog of my experiences as a Volunteer with Wildlife ACT

61% Completed
R6,100 raised
R10,000 Target