Rehabilitate & Monitor Rescued Pangolins Rehabilitate & Monitor Rescued Pangolins Artie Wilma out for her daily walk

Scales Conservation Fund NPC

Org #68613
Vetted since 2019
2019
year founded
$6,485
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The Scales Conservation Fund is a means in which to assist conservation based NPO's in continuing their critical work through providing funding and support. SCF offers services such as preparation and submission of funding proposals, linking organisations with suitable corporate sponsors, hosting fund raising events, sourcing of sponsorship and equipment and raising awareness through social media platforms all at no cost to the beneficiaries. It is SCFs goal to make a difference to real non-profit organisations operating tirelessly to save Africa's threatened wildlife. By working together we can make a difference!

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Amy Aucamp-Clark
Amy Aucamp-Clark
Organization Information
Plot 38 Soetdoring Road
Kampersrus
Hoedspruit, Limpopo 1371
South Africa
+27789935678
Organization Information
Plot 38 Soetdoring Road
Kampersrus
Hoedspruit, Limpopo 1371
South Africa
+27789935678

Project Reports

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Oct 5, 2021
The Accelerator has end, and we did it!
The GlobalGiving Accelerator ended last week, and we are proud to annonce that we are now a fully fledged member of the GlobalGiving Community! We are in absolute awe of your generosity and...
Sep 24, 2021
Another pangolin saved and starting his journey back to the wild!
Artie is the latest patient to join our rehabilitation program after being confiscated from the illegal wildlife trade in a sting operation in Mpumalanga just over a month ago. It is believed he...
Sep 20, 2021
Meet Wilma, one of our current pangolin patients
Wilma was confiscated from the illegal wildlife trade about 5 months ago. When she was rescued she was only weighing about 3.5kg and she is still very young. Thankfully her condition was better than...
 
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