part of our planned trip - Nairobi, Kenya Looking forward to our expedition Stompie and Balu at HESC 2 Stompie and Balu at HESC

Wildlife Conservation Trust

Org #44741
Vetted since 2017 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
2015
year founded
$215,720
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
5
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

All projects are undertaken with the eventual goal of repopulating animals (both captive-bred and rehabilitated) to suitable natural preserves, with a long term view of benefiting broad-scale wildlife conservation objectives in South Africa, for the ultimate well being of planet earth and its inhabitants. To make a sustainable difference to vulnerable animal species, specifically those under threat of extinction. To be a partner to those whose work is fundamental to conservation, but who are restricted by a lack of money; as well as those who have the desire and capacity to offer tangible support. To educate people about the need to conserve wildlife and the environment.

Project Leaders
Adine Roode
Adine Roode
Sue Howells
Sue Howells
Team
Sue Howells
Organization Information
374 Milner Street
Pretoria, 0181
South Africa
+27124605605
Organization Information
374 Milner Street
Pretoria, 0181
South Africa
+27124605605

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work.

Dec 1, 2020
Final Report BEFORE THE START OF OUR EXPEDITION
Dear loyal supporters of VETBOOKS! Coming to the end of our term, where we finally head off into Mother Africa where all our planning is coming together to create “the positive ripple effect in...
Oct 20, 2020
Stompie and Balu are released back into the wild!
To our wonderful donors!  We are so proud to announce in our HESC October report that Stompie and Balu, two orphaned white rhinos rehabilitated at our Centre have recently been released into the...
Oct 12, 2020
Nine Months since Khanyisa's rescue
Greetings from HERD!!   Nine months have passed since Khanyisa was found and rescued from the ghastly snare. She was found all alone with no sign of her family. It took almost three months for...
 
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