• Who We Help

    Your money goes to Non Profits that are Acting to Save the Planet

    IAPF -International Anti-Poaching Foundation

    This organization hires and trains woman to protect the few elephants we have left.

    In 2017 IAPF founded ‘Akashinga – Nature Protected by Women’, a program that has already grown to over 170 employees, becoming the only group of nature reserves in the world to be protected by women. The goal is to employ 1000 women by 2025, protecting a network of 20 nature reserves. The last line of defense for nature. Over the past decade the IAPF has scaled to train and support rangers which now help protect over 4 million hectares of African wilderness.

     

    IAPF is currently helping women and locals in Binga, Zimbabwe with providing tools to make a living, roads to travel, and infrastructure to gather.

    HERD - Global Giving

    This organization takes in, cares for, and feeds single or orphaned elephants who need care.

     

    The elephant species face the ever growing threat of their habitat shrinking and being desperate for food. Part of our goals at HERD is to also educate the local communities, especially the youth, about snaring and the impact it has on animals especially elephants to try help for a better understanding and respect for wildlife, which is our natural capital.

    The Orangutan Project -Wildlife Conservation International

    We donate to give orangutans in Sumatra and Borneo the best chance of survival against the threat of extinction. Supporting their work including critical habitat protection, orangutan care centres and rehabilitation and release programs.

     

    Orangutans are the most intelligent beings on the planet after human beings, and they adapt to the environment by passing on culture through each generation. A self-aware being, as intelligent as a six year old child, their drive to extinction is an individual story of horror as they are macheted and burnt alive as an agricultural pest.

    Being the slowest reproducing species in the world, they are highly prone to extinction, so if we do not act now we could lose them in our lifetime.

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